Up for Bid: 2020 U.S. Disabled Open Golf Championships (Updated)

The U.S. Disabled Golf Association is seeking bids to host the 2020 United States Disabled Open Golf Championships next May. RFPs are due Aug. 15.

2020 United States Disabled Open Golf Championships

The U.S. Disabled Golf Association is seeking bids to host the 2020 United States Disabled Open Golf Championships next May. The event is is open to any golfer who has a disability that relates to the golf swing, from Wounded Veterans to Special Olympians and has an active USGA Handicap Index that does not exceed 30.0. Here are the details.

Deadline to Bid: Oct. 20

Dates: May 2020

Venue Requirements: Name brand championship course or courses who can support 70 to
100 golfers. Prefer flat courses.

Number of attendees: 70-100 athletes; 100 support staff

Hotel requirements: On-site or near the course in a city with an international airport. Able to provide shuttle buses to venue.

Room Nights: 250-300

For the complete RFP, click here.

For more information, contact Jason Faircloth, founder and president of the U.S. Disabled Golf Association, at info@usdga.net or 910-214-5983