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Girls Golf Rocks

Girls Golf Rocks is back with a bang thanks to an unprecedented number of club applications for the 2020 programme.

The deadline for applications has now passed and all submissions are currently being reviewed ahead of a final selection process.

Up to 200 clubs will be chosen to be part of the expanded 2020 sessions and will be informed during week commencing 10 February.

Successful applicants will be tasked with staging two six-week coaching sessions for beginner girls predominantly, but not exclusively, in the 7-14 age bracket.

The aim of each session is to encourage girls to develop a love of golf in a fun, friendly and non-competitive environment with the help of PGA-qualified professionals.

For the first time, applications were open to all 36 counties in England with funding and resources available for up to 200 clubs to join in the fun.

The programme will run between May and October and regular updates on all Girls Golf Rocks activities can be found on England Golf’s and Golf Foundations Twitter, Facebook and Instagram social media platforms.

Over 5,000 girls have been introduced to the game of golf via Girls Golf Rocks over the past five years.

The 2020 sessions will involve the biggest ever number of clubs and participants as the largest girls’ golf initiative in England continues to go from strength to strength.

England Golf and the Golf Foundation are working together to grow the game and boost participation numbers among girls and the Girls Golf Rocks programme is a cornerstone of this.

Want to get involved?

If you are keen to discover more about Girls Golf Rocks sessions starting in your local area from May then keep up to date with all activities by registering with England Golf.

To receive notice of when sessions are available to book online, then register your email address at girlsgolfrocks@englandgolf.org