Eagle Creek Golf Club in Orlando, Florida, is the site of the United States Disabled Open May 8-10, 2018. The tournament is open to all golfers who have a recognized disability, such as amputees, blind, wounded veterans, stroke, cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis, just to name a few. Jason Faircloth founded the USDGA, and in 2011 became the first American to compete in the Disabled British Open. He returned home and started the organization, saying there was no reason that competition for disabled golfers in the United States could not become a reality. For more information on the USDGA and the U.S. Disabled Open, please visit www.usdga.net.