The 28th Phoenix Cup is to be played over the Arden and Aylesford courses at the Forest of Arden Marriott Hotel & Country Club in England from August 14-16, 2022.
Four teams of disabled golfers will travel from around England, Scotland and Wales, to be joined by a squad from across the United States to compete over three days.
John Riordan of the Disabled Golf Association said: “We are very proud to be able to host the 4-Nations event in 2022, which will be an excellent opportunity to showcase disabled golf at a top venue. Many thanks to the Forest of Arden and the Marriott Group for their support of disabled golf
We would give special mention to Sandy Ganatra of One Golf Club for his continuing support. I’m sure the golf will be competitive but the real winner will be disabled golf.”
To date the 26 Phoenix Cup competitions have hosted 745 disabled golfers from 18 countries.
Bradley Schubert, captain of Team USA said: “I am excited about the opportunity for our guys returning to competition with the teams representing England, Whales and Scotland and meeting other adaptive golfers from the UK. The 2022 Phoenix Cup will be another outstanding event and I am told the host course, at Forest of Arden, will be a great challenge for everyone.”
The Phoenix Cup was created by Scottish Disability Golf and is the disabled version of the Ryder/Solheim Cup. It was first held in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, where some 26 golfers, making up a North American and World Team, travelled from countries including: Australia, South Africa, Germany, the States, Scotland, France and England to play the inaugural international.
Jim Gales, the Founder and Honorary Secretary of the SDGC charity said, “This being the 28th Anniversary of our Phoenix Cup, its a wonderful Opportunity to compete alongside some of the best disabled golfers in the world and over the fairways of one of the most prestigious and welcoming golf clubs.”