ADA Accessibility Standards & Your Golf Course
You’ve read about final rules released to update the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations and implement new accessibility standards for golf courses. In this 90-minute webcast, Peggy Greenwell helps you understand what this means for your facility.
Greenwell, training coordinator & accessibility specialist for the U.S. Access Board, shares her knowledge about the new accessible design standards established for golf courses that cover technical specifications for golf car passages, accessible routes, teeing grounds, putting greens and weather shelters.
Join us to learn details about the 2010 standards, which became enforceable on March 15, 2012.
The webcast agenda includes:
- How the ADA is enforced
- Development of the accessibility guidelines for golf courses
- The latest on accessible golf cars
- 2010 standards for new and existing facilities that now include golf course facility provisions – accessible routes, golf car passage, teeing grounds, putting greens, weather shelters and practice facilities
Original presentation date: Sept. 29, 2011
About the instructor
Peggy H. Greenwell is an accessibility specialist with the U. S. Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board (Access Board). She earned both her bachelor of science and master of science degrees at the University of Maryland, the latter in general administration. Her responsibilities include providing technical assistance and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) and the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS). She specializes in access issues related to recreation facilities and is coordinating the development of accessibility guidelines for facilities such as sports facilities, amusement parks, play areas, golf facilities, swimming pools, boating and fishing facilities, and outdoor developed areas.
Member price: Free
Non-member price: Free
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