England Golf Awards 2018: Five great reasons to nominate now!

Awards 5 reasons Emma Anderson

Have you made your nominations for the England Golf Awards 2018? Here’s five great reasons why you should!

1 It’s a fantastic way to honour the people who really do make a difference in our sport, such as the dedicated coach and the volunteers who always find time.

2 It’s a great shout-out for your golf club. If your club is setting new standards for the way it looks after its members and visitors then it deserves a huge pat on the back.

3 It puts your county on the map. If you think your county is doing the best for its players and clubs then it’s time to tell the rest of the country about it.

4 It’s a chance to tell inspirational stories about all the unsung heroes who make a fantastic contribution to golf, simply for the love of the game.

5 It’s the ideal way to say ‘thank you’ to all the people and organisations who have made 2017 such a memorable year and who are creating a bright future for golf.

We’re seeking nominations for seven award categories and the deadline is midnight on 30 November 2017 Click here for more details and to nominate.

The categories are:

Club of the Year sponsored by HowDidIDo
The stand-out club, recognised for its inspiring, forward-thinking approach

Most Welcoming Golf Club sponsored by American Golf
For the club which goes above and beyond to reach out to all

County of the Year
The county which does its best for its players and clubs

Volunteer of the Year
Someone whose commitment and contribution has a huge impact in golf

Young Ambassador of the Year
A young person, aged under 25 on the day of the Awards, who represents the very best of their generation

Coach of the Year
A PGA-accredited coach whose passion and commitment helps to grow the game

Lifetime Service Award
Someone who has made a remarkable contribution to golf over many years

Caption: 2017 Young Ambassador of the Year, Emma Anderson of Sherwood Forest Golf Club, Nottinghamshire (image copyright Leaderboard Photography).