Australian All Abilities Championship

The Australian All Abilities Championship (AAAC) returns for its second edition played at The Australian Golf Club.

In 2018, history was made with the first staging of the AAAC, with interest not only from the media and the public but from professional players the world over.

This groundbreaking initiative of holding the AAAC alongside the Open is a world-first. Players with disability play alongside, and off the same tees, as top pros and amateurs for the Open. “In 2018 we were to be part of history,’’ said AAAC competitor Juan Postigo, the world No. 2 who plays without the use of a prosthetic, playing on just his left leg.

The success of the AAAC in 2018 has brought about the USGA and the R&A announcing a new worldwide rankings system which is part of the push to get golf into the Paralympics. Additionally, other major tours will, for the first time, look to launch initiatives that include playing opportunities for elite golfers with disability.

The second edition of AAAC begins Friday 6th of December 2019 at The Australian Golf Club, with 12 of the world’s best golfers with disability in the field.

For final scores from the 2018 championship click here.

Australian Open
Pos.CountryPlayer TotalToday
1 MEX A.Ancer -16-3
2 AUS D.Papadatos -11-5
3 AUS J.McLeod -10-6
4 AUS M.Fraser -9-2
T5 AUS D.Micheluzzi -8-3