County Golf Partnerships
County Golf Partnerships (CGPs) are an effective and structured way to support the development of golf within a county.
A CGP involves the Men's County Union, Ladies' County Association and County PGA working together to combine knowledge, best practices and resources. From 1st April 2012 to 31th September 2012 70,442 people benefited from some form of golfing activity through CGPs, of which 36,642 were aged 16 years plus.
The CGP network has been created by England Golf to support the development of golf at county level and to mirror the national structure. CGPs are an integral part of the Whole Sport Plan for Golf and the England Golf Partnership (EGP) have committed a significant level of funding from 2009 to 2013 to support core activities, County Development Officers, coaching and coach development within the counties.
The CGP Impact Report 1st April 2012 to 30th September 2012 provides information on some of the successful recruitment and retention projects that have been undertaken within the individual counties.
The England Golf Regional Development Officers work closely with all CGPs and County Development Officers.
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