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Study shows family is the key to growing golf

An independent study carried out by Sports Marketing Surveys INC. for the Golf Foundation has revealed the importance of family to growing the game of

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National Golf Month Supporters line up in Celebrity Golf Competition

Two of National Golf Month’s female ambassadors are set to take part in this week’s famous Celebrity Pro-Am at the BMW Championship at Wentworth. T

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Wycombe Heights named official hub for junior golf

Wycombe Heights Golf Centre, High Wycombe, has been recognised as the official junior golf hub by Berks, Bucks and Oxon Golf. This distinction means t

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Macdonald Hotels & Resorts launches free junior golf membership

As part of its on-going commitment to increase golf participation, Macdonald Hotels & Resorts, the UK’s largest independent hotel group, has launched

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Broke Hill take drastic matters to encourage junior golfers

Broke Hill Golf Club is offering free junior membership after two assistant professionals decided to take matters into their own hands. James Weekl

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Carin Koch introduces new players to the game

The 2015 European Solheim Cup Captain and Syngenta Golf Ambassador Carin Koch hosted a memorable golf experience for 48 new players when she took part

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World’s eye view

By looking at what other counties around the globe are doing to boost golf participation pros in the UK could help their own businesses. Andy Brown sp

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Golf clubs urged to relax rules to attract younger generation

In an interview with The Guardian newspaper Steve Mona (pictured), chief executive of the World Golf Foundation (WGF), has said that golf clubs must c

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The Belfry focuses on junior and beginner golfers

The Belfry Academy at the legendary Midlands resort has experienced great success in growing the game at all levels following the introduction of new

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July named as Family Golf Month

England Golf has named July as Family Golf Month and will lead a drive to attract all the generations to Get into golf together. Clubs and driving

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Women’s Golf Day a success at Stoke Park

The first worldwide Women's Golf Day saw almost 30 ladies take their first steps in the sport at Stoke Park Country Club, Spa & Hotel, in Buckinghamsh

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Marriott Golf UK’s free women’s hour heralded as a success

Ladies have been heading to Marriott Golf venues throughout May to take part in free weekly roll-up lessons specifically tailored to encourage more wo

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Women’s Golf Month targets new players

Golf clubs and driving ranges across the country are backing England Golf’s call to make June ‘Women’s Golf Month’ and attract more females into the g

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Over 735,000 people playing golf at least once a week

The latest report from Sport England shows that golf participation is continuing to hold strongly, despite bad winter weather and flooding. The Act

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Over 190,000 people inspired to try golf

Over 192,000 people were inspired to try golf in England in just one year and it is estimated that the benefit to golf clubs and other centres, from c

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This Girl Can celebrates year anniversary

The Campaign This Girl Can by Sport England has celebrated its first birthday with news that 2.8 million women who recognise the campaign say they’ve

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County golf activity leads to over 90,000 trying golf

Over 92,000 people have tried golf and almost 7500 have joined clubs as a result of England Golf’s county activity in the six months to September 2015

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Syngenta puts females first at Golf Club Managers Association Conference

Syngenta Golf Ambassador Carin Koch was among the expert speakers for a keynote presentation and panel discussion on female participation in golf in t

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National Golf Month 2016 needs you

In May 2016 National Golf Month (NGM2016) will return bigger and better with support from high-profile figures in the golf industry including Paul McG

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Growing number of golf clubs ditch ladies’ tees

A number of Golf Clubs in England are abandoning ladies’ and men’s tees in favour of tees which any member can play off to suit their ability and incl

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