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Women and Girls Golf Week is back for 2022!

Women and Girls Golf Week is back from Monday 1st August to Sunday 7th August 2022. Share your inspirational story with us today by clicking the button below:

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The online and digital campaign aimed at celebrating female successes on and off the course, shares inspiring and positive stories involving females and their participation at all levels of the game.

Once again, the campaign coincides with the staging of the AIG Women’s Open, held this year at Muirfield in Scotland, where the focus of the world’s media attention is on the female game.

A mix of professional golfers, celebrities, golf insiders and everyday club players will join us to tell their stories around the hashtag #WhyIGolf.

Each day of the campaign focuses on a different theme to showcase the wide variety of ways women and girls of all ages can get into golf.

This year’s campaign themes will be:

Monday 1 August: Careers

Introducing inspiring women who are blazing a trail in the golf industry.

Tuesday 2 August: Volunteering

A chance for everyone to shout about those unsung volunteers who are key to the game’s success.

Wednesday 3 August: Health and Wellbeing

Engaging conversations with women who have found golf to be a transformative experience for mental and/or physical health reasons.

Thursday 4 August: Competing

A chance to hear from those who love the buzz of competition.

Friday 5 August: Role Models

Taking a leaf from the many women who inspire by their actions not only at the top of the game, but also at grassroots level.

Saturday 6 August: Newbies

Focusing on those who are new to the game – and who now couldn’t live without it.

Sunday 7 August: Join the club

A rallying call for those on the outside to come and join the golfing party!

Statistical highlights from Women and Girls in Golf Week 2021 included:

  • A 29% increase in the number of campaign video views – over 370,000 video views were recorded across all England Golf digital platforms.
  • A record 118,000 views of the #WhyIGolf story on Instagram – a rise of 18% on 2020 figures.
  • An increase of 23% on the use of the #WhyIGolf hashtag which was posted 1,600 times in the course of the week.
  • Over 500 contributors from England and as far afield as continental Europe, America and Australia posted their #WhyIGolf stories to bring the week to life.
  • A record high of 13 million impressions through use of #WhyIGolf. A rise of 3.3 million from 2020.

Click the button below to share your story and be a part of this inspirational week:

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We couldn’t do this week alone and we are delighted to gain industry support from The AIG Women’s Open, activity alliance, BIGGA, Black British Golfers, Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, EDGA, GCMA, Golf Breaks, Golf Ireland, Golf Foundation, Justin Rose Ladies Series, Medi8, the PGA, the R&A, Slingsby Golf Academy, Sport and Recreation Alliance, Sky Sports, Today’s Golfer, Wales Golf, Women & Golf and Women in Sport.