Broadmoor Golf Club to host 2024 All Abilities Championship

Alberta Golf (Sherwood Park) – We’re happy to announce that the All Abilities Championship is back for the 2024 season. After the success and positive reviews from the inaugural event at McCall Lake Golf Course in 2023, the event is back and heading north this season to the Broadmoor Golf Club in Sherwood Park August 6-8.

The Broadmoor hosted the 2023 Alberta Amputee Sports and Recreation Association, which makes them an amazing host for the All Abilities Championship.

The Broadmoor has hosted two previous Alberta Golf events, the 2021 Alberta Women’s Amateur and the 1995 U19 Championship (formerly known as the Alberta Junior Championship).

Broadmoor Golf Club in Sherwood Park

Alberta Golf is excited to bring another championship to the Broadmoor and looking forward to future events. The All Abilities Championship had its inaugural season in 2023 and was met with positive acclaim. The event is an official WAGR ranked event and is partnered with EDGA. The inaugural event was won by Kiefer Jones, the #1 ranked blind golfer in the world. 

Kiefer Jones – 2023 Alberta All Abilities champion 

2023 All Abilities Championship / McCall Lake Golf Course in Calgary


John Deneer is the Competition Director for Alberta Golf and is excited to once again bring an event like this into the public eye.

“We are very excited to offer this opportunity to the All-Abilities golfing community. We know there are many players who want to compete and giving them an Alberta Golf provincial championship is a high priority and we are excited to do so. We are working closely with the Alberta Amputee Sports & Recreation Association to ensure our championship is run to the standard expected and that all players who are eligible to play, have the opportunity.”