change your game

Solo Rider

Our solo rider golf cart changes the game …

Our solo rider golf cart changes the game …

change your game

use agp’s solo rider

The Adaptive Golf Program, a Colorado Non-Profit Corporation (AGP), in association with Hillcrest Golf Club, is pleased to make available the Solo Rider Golf Cart to the mobility-impaired community of golfers in Durango, Colorado.  Adaptive Golf’s Solo Rider is available for anyone to use even if you are not attending the Adaptive Golf Program sessions. To sign up to independently use the Solo Rider please follow the steps below:  


Access the solo rider

Please follow the steps below to gain access AGP’s Solo Rider

Step 1

In order to use the Adaptive Golf Programs’s Solo Rider all solo rider users must fill out and sign the AGP liability waiver. Please click the button below to fill out the AGP’s Solo Rider Liability Waiver. 

Step 2

Users must call Hillcrest Golf Club to reserve a time slot to use the solo rider.  This time slot can be for using the solo rider on the range or on the course.  Obviously, the time slot must match up with an approved tee time from Hillcrest.

Step 3

Show up to your time slot a little bit early to get a demonstration on how the solo rider works.  Note: The solo rider is currently free of charge to all users.  Donations are appreciated!

Our solo rider golf cart changes the game …

For individuals with mobility-impairments, SoloRider has taken the evolution of the golf car one step further. The patented seat, the ergonomic hand controls, the repositioning of the golf bag, and the turf-friendly design have opened a whole new world of accessibility.



SoloRider is engineered and built with our passion to keep players with a diverse range of challenges and disabilities in the game of golf.  From seniors who experience challenges walking, through to veterans with multiple disabilities, every rider has a unique story.

Brenden’s Story

“I was medically retried from the Navy with 100% disability due to severe brain atrophy. This disorder has left me unable to walk or stand without major support.

I was an F-18 Fighter Pilot and was used to functioning at a high level. I also was on my college golf team and performed extremely well. Since being overcome with this conditions, I was looking for outdoor activities that could provide exercise and revitalize my interest in sports — especially golf.

When I learned of the Adaptive Golf Program at Hillcrest, I immediately went to check out their new adaptive Solo Rider golf cart. I was very pleased to discover that I could use the cart to golf even with my condition. It opened up a whole new world for me as I’m now able to get outdoors and participate in a sport I love. I’m extremely grateful to Andy and all the staff at Hillcrest for providing me this wonderful opportunity.”

—LCDR Brenden Pederson (ret.)