Since 2013

About AGP

Providing a great outdoor golf experience for people with all types and levels of disability since 2013

Meet our founder

Any Asmuth is a Colorado native who has been part of the Durango area for the past 19 years. He is very passionate about helping people with disabilities and knows first hand the life challenges of dealing with a disability. Andy started the Adaptive Golf Program in Durango because he saw the benefits that golf can bring to the adaptive community.

Founder’s Message

“Having suffered traumatic injuries in a car accident when I was 6 years old, and subsequently spending years in physical rehabilitation to regain my own personal independence… I developed a strong passion to help other disabled people explore their own goals

My passion is to offer a fun sporting activity and give our golfers the opportunity to exceed their own limitations and exceptions… To us golf as a means to develop social interactions, life skills and independence for everyday life.”

– Andy Asmuth

Dear Andy,

I would like to commend you for planning, organizing and managing the “Adaptive Golf Program” here in Durango.

I personally have found it very stimulating to help people with health or mental issues enjoy the game of golf. It amazes me how talented they become in different areas of the game. I also enjoy watching everyone including the coaches/teachers having a great time interacting with each other and the generous hugs for executing a great shot. Kudos Andy for a great job!!!!”

Randy Kahn
PGA Life Time Pro

Changing the game

About the Adaptive Golf Program

2013

Program started with 4 total participants and taught 50 lessons

2017

AGP became a 501(C) 3 non-profit and we taught 175 lessons with 35 participants

2018

AGP taught 356 lesson with 50+ participants

“I have been participating with the adaptive golf program in Durango for several years! It is a great way to get outside, exercise, and expand my abilities. I have used golf to recreate with friends and feel like I am a part of a community. Thank You AGP of Durango!”

Best Wishes and Success, Bruce

“Beyond fresh air, sunshine, exercise and fun, the game of golf has much to offer: Listening skills, Hand-eye coordination, diligence, focus, companionship, patience, participation, involvement, social etiquette, the thrill of progress and achievement.”

Participants from our local Pathways group

Want to help?

We do not want to let finances prohibit someone from participating so our program is free for the students. In order to continue with our mission, your support is vital. Your generosity helps us keep the Adaptive Golf Program of Durango accessible for those we are serving. Please consider supporting the Adaptive Golf Program in any way you can. Thank You!