Ireland’s Brendan Lawlor claimed the inaugural G4D Open title after a nervy final-round showdown with England’s Kipp Popert at Woburn’s Duchess Course.
Lawlor, second in the World Ranking for Golfers with Disability, hit a three-over-par 75 to finish three over.
Top-ranked Popert, who began round three a shot back, led by one after nine holes but bogeyed three of his last six in a 76 for a five-over total.
Juan Postigo Arce of Spain finished third on eight over after a 74.
A field of 80 male and female amateur and professional golfers competed in the 54-hole event, across standing, intellectual, visual and sitting categories.
Lawlor, 26, has a rare condition called Ellis-van Creveld syndrome, characterised by a shorter stature and shorter limbs.
Popert, who was born with a form of cerebral palsy called spastic diplegia, has won five times on the G4D Tour in 2022-23.
More to follow.