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If you’d like to get involved in organizing an event or just have a suggestion for one, please contact the AASRA leadership team at

Upcoming Events...

23rd ALBERTA AMP OPEN  (July 20 & 21, 2024, Nanton Golf Course)

The 23rd Alberta Amputee Open Golf Tournament has been moved to the Nanton Golf Course in Nanton, AB due to scheduling conflicts in Medicine Hat. The host for this year will be Vic McClelland.

All of the details, including how to register for the event, can be found here.

Anyone interested in helping with the organization of the event can contact Vic at

Past Events...

22nd ASSRA AMP OPEN Golf Tournament

July 15 & 16, 2023

in Sherwood Park, AB (The Broadmoor Public Golf Course) 

A total of 42 players participated including several prosthetist's representatives and of course, a number of spouses, partners and friends of AASRA amputee members.  The golf course did a terrific job of hosting our annual provincial event and it appeared that a VERY good time was had by all.

Congratulations to overall tournament winner Bob MacDermott ( really Bob,... again?!? ) whose defense of the title from last year was hotly contested by several newcomers.  For a complete list of all participants, category winners and pictures please click the button below.


Many thanks to Bob MacDermott for the great job he did as this year's tournament chairperson.

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2022 Alberta Wheelchair Curling Championships

January 2022

in Banff, AB  

AASRA member Wendy Frazier's team placed on top for Gold while the team with AASRA Director Don Kuchelyma on board took the Silver medal. Unfortunately, the national championship that was scheduled for March in Moose Jaw, SK was cancelled due to ongoing Covid restrictions.

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Alex Southwell's 2nd Annual Memorial Golf Tournament

September 18, 2022

Alberta Springs Golf Course

Red Deer, AB 

To read Alex's story and more about this event, click here.


With the current COVID restrictions on gatherings and travel bringing our athletes competitions to an abrupt halt, AASRA chose to divert some of its available funding for athlete participation in such events, to another very worthy local cause.

Donations totaling $40,000 were made to six different Food Bank organizations across the province, to help them with continuing to provide the critical service they do, during this difficult time.


And that generosity was obviously very well received, and went straight to work!  Click the button below to see a few of the heartfelt responses AASRA received back from these extremely grateful organizations.

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