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National Association of Left Handed Golfers 

Welcome to the National Association of Left Handed Golfers, ACT Division the home of left-handed golf in Canberra.

If you are already a member browse the latest news, results and upcoming events. Not a member? Browse our website to find out more about joining the lefties in Canberra.

The ACT division of NALGA was formed in 1976 and is one of eight Divisions of NALGA across Australia. The purpose of the Association is to provide members with the opportunity to enjoy, regardless of handicap, camaraderie and serious competition with fellow lefties. Further information on the roles and activities of NALGA and its associated divisions can be found on the NALGA website:

The ACT division conducts events, mainly in the Canberra region, with members encouraged to invite right handed golfers to join us. State, National and World Championships provide opportunities for our members to enjoy competition not available to the average club golfer, not only in Australia, but throughout the World.

Membership is open to all left-handed golfers who are full playing members or associate members of golf clubs affiliated with the Australian Golf Union or a State Golf Union and who hold an official recognised handicap.

What ACT Lefties offer

  • Great camaraderie amongst other lefties
  • Only $20.00 membership fee
  • Playing on some of the region's best golf courses in a social and relaxed atmosphere
  • The opportunity to play in State, National and World Golf Championships

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Latest News

52nd National Golfing Championships hosted by ACT Division considered a total success ticking all the boxes for an exceptional week of golf and social interaction. 

A special thanks to our sponsors for the 52nd National Championships - Kahma Golf, MPS Travel+Tours, AYM Golf Tours, Gold Coast Golf Tours, Paddywack Promotional Products, and Hole Sponsors TyrePower ACT, Barry and Madeline Huckstepp and Bernie Clark