The Organising Committee of the 2020 World Deaf Golf Championships is searching for a Non-Executive Chair to lead the committee in ensuring that the event objectives are achieved and governance obligations are met.

This Championships holds a high profile within the international Deaf sports calendar and will be returning to England in 2020, the original host of the competition 25 years ago.

All details can be found on the attached Job Description and we look forward to your application.

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About World Deaf Golf Championships

The 2020 World Deaf Golf Championships will be hosted in England on behalf of the World Deaf Golf Federation.

The key stakeholder organisations are England Deaf Golf, England Golf and UK Deaf Sport.

The 1st WDGC was held at Forest of Arden Country Club Resort in Meriden, Warwickshire, England. Fifty-eight golfers from eight countries met for the first time and participated in the event. The eight countries were Australia, Canada, England, Ireland, Scotland, South Africa, Sweden, and the United States. The first Team Champion was United States and the individual Champion was Doren Granberry of USA.

In 2020, the field will have grown considerably to include many more countries with a Women's and Seniors competition included. We look forward to hosting approximately 150 golfers in addition to their partners, coaches and supporters.