Image of golf hole and flagstick imbedded between the letters M A B G A.MIDDLE ATLANTIC BLIND GOLF ASSOCIATION

MABGA

Turning Obstacles Into Opportunities

 

 

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Since 1948, the Middle Atlantic Blind Golf Association, a non-profit 501c3 corporation, has been providing blind and visually impaired (legally blind) men, Women and children the opportunity to enjoy the challenges and rewards that golf offers.

Today, MABGA has over 120 totally blind, Visually impaired golfers and coaches, with another 85 junior blind golfers.

 

. Our members participate in approximately 40 golf outings each year, as well as a special outing with a local PGA Professional As a partner, along with our Annual Fund Raising Charity Tournament.

The Middle Atlantic Blind Golf Association is a totally self-sustaining organization providing our programs through dues, donations and our Annual Fund Raising Charity Event.

MABGA has recently received a grant from The Philadelphia Section PGA and The Greater Philadelphia Junior Golf Foundation in support of the MABGA Junior Golf Program, click here to read the grant article.  

 



To learn more about MABGA and our Junior Golf Program, please click on the videos links on the left of your screen. All videos can be viewed using Windows Media Player with a high speed connection.

If you would like more information, wish to join, become a coach or wish to donate gifts, you can send an email inquiry to info@mabga.org , or call us directly at the number listed below or link to our contribution web site:  

 



 

Photo of former MABGA President, Jim Ganter hitting a golf shot.

   

Thomas Harrington  - President
215 745-2323.

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