Golf is a precision club and ball sport, in which competing players (golfers) use many types of clubs to hit balls into a series of holes on a golf course using the fewest number of strokes. Golf courses each feature a unique design and typically consist of 9 or 18 holes. Special Olympics Wisconsin offers 9-hole stroke play for individual golfers, and alternate shot competition for unified pairs.


2022 Competition Options

State Competition

Special Olympics Wisconsin will host two State Golf Events in August. Golfers can compete in both tournaments. Competitors must submit their six most recent scores with registration.

COVID-19 vaccinations are not required to compete at 2022 golf competitions, but providing your vaccination status helps SOWI better plan each tournament within the Return to Play protocol. Click here to submit your proof of COVID-19 vaccination.

Events Offered

  • Level 2 – Unified Sports Alternate Shot Team Play
  • Level 4 – Individual Stroke Play 9-Hole Competition

Important Dates

Medical Deadline: July 1

State Competition Dates

Tournament Director Regions Assigned Event Date Site
(Location)
Entry Deadline
Southern Nicole Christensen All August 14 Kestrel Ridge
Golf Course
(Columbus)
July 27
Northern Curt Evans All August 27 Ledgeview
Golf Course
(De Pere)
August 10

 


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