Jeremy Bittner joins team USA, Jeremy from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania lost his lower left leg in a lawnmower accident when he was just four years old. 

Despite this difficult start in life, encouraged by his father and always fully included by his young friends, he emerged as sporty and energetic with a keen sense of fun. 

His first game was basketball (he still loves playing today). In his early teens he joined the high school golf team and he never looked back since and now joins team USA for the 2024 Cairns Cup.


  • USGA Inaugural Open – 1st Hole in 1
  • Eastern Regional Champion 2018
  • 4 top 5 finishes at Nationals since 2018
  • 2nd place overall at the US Disabled Golf Championship 2022 & 2023
  • Current World Ranking: 14
  • Current US Ranking: 2
  • Top ranked United States amateur disabled golfer

Jeremy said “Since entering the adaptive golf world, I have been driven to compete amongst best in the world. The Cairns Cup 2024 will bring together some of the most talented adaptive golfers and showcase their skills for the world to see. I am honoured and excited to represent my country in a game that has given me so much throughout my life.”