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We believe golf is a game that everyone can enjoy

Play golf

We think everyone should give golf a go – whatever your age, ability or lifestyle. That’s why we’ve created a range of inclusive programmes to help you start playing, find events and take part in competitions.

To get started, search for clubs near you using our club finder. It will highlight inclusive clubs and show what events your local club offers for beginners.

Get Into Golf

Golf really is a great game for everyone. It’s fun, it gets you fit, reduces stress and takes you outdoors. It’s ideal for catching up with friends and making new ones. So what are you waiting for?

To get started, get in touch with your local golf club who will be able to get you enjoying your first swing in no time.

Get into golf

Girls Golf Rocks

Girls’ golf really does rock! Just ask the 5000 girls who have had a taste of the game in the last five years thanks to Girls Golf Rocks, the campaign we run with the Golf Foundation. It’s for girls aged 7-14 and it’s a fun and friendly way to learn.

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Women On Par

Women on Par is a tried and tested nine-hole event. It features a novel scoring system, using a challenge scorecard, to help beginners learn the basic rules and etiquette of the game.

It’s great fun and a good way to get newcomers involved with the club and its social life.

Contact your local club to see if they are hosting a Women on Par event this year.

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Golf Club Membership

Join the more than half a million golfers in England who enjoy the game through membership of one of our 1,800 affiliated golf clubs.

You’ll receive preferential access to your club’s course(s), as well as the other facilities at the venue.

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iGolf Subscription

If you’re not a member of one of our clubs, you can subscribe to iGolf and access an official WHS handicap index, as well as personal liability insurance.

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Disability Golf

Golf is about your ability – not your disability or impairment. We truly believe that golf is a game for all and we’re working with clubs across the country to make sure it’s inclusive and accessible.

Disability golf

Junior Golf

Tiger Woods was playing golf at two. Charley Hull started when she was three. Little Jake Bell in our picture is 18 months old!

It’s never too soon to start. With more than 1,800 golf clubs across England, you can find one near for your son or daughter to learn – and who knows, you might join them!

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