4 Sep 14
Due to current County Development Officer Jonathan Ward leaving his post to become DCGU County Secretary in January 2015, applications are open to recruit a replacement to commence employment in November.
5 Aug 14
Get into golf, which inspires adults in England to take up golf, is delighted to have become a national partner of Change4Life, the campaign which helps people to eat healthier, get active and live longer.
15 Jul 14
Over 110,000 people got into golf with the national network of County Golf Partnerships (CGPs) in the year to the end of March 2014. That’s more than double the figure for the previous 12 months.
15 Jul 14
Whether you’re a golf lover, sports lover or just and out and about lover, it’s an exciting time for the North East this month as some of the world’s biggest sports stars converge on Rockliffe Hall in Hurworth, County Durham- and you can be part of it.
20 Jun 14
The English Men's Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship for the Brabazon Trophy takes place at Seaton Carew Golf Club from 25-28 June and will feature many of the country’s finest players. Play will be of the highest quality and competition will be intense as the players contest one of the key national titles.
18 Apr 14
England Golf has launched a new ‘Play More Golf’ fund, offering grants of up to £1500 for projects which encourage people to play the game more often and which promote club membership.
18 Apr 14
The England Golf Clubhouse is our new online resource which has been designed as a one-stop shop for clubs to access all the information, support and advice available from England Golf.
3 Apr 14
Durham golfer Mike Greener was recognised this week as one of England Golf’s top volunteers for his contribution as a coach at club, county and national level.
31 Mar 14
The formation of the Blackwell Grange Junior Academy in 2013, a partnership between Blackwell Grange Golf Club and Darlington Borough Council, successfully brought an extra 60 junior members to the golf academy in just 6 months.
6 Mar 14
Sports England today announced a £5m flood relief fund to help sports facilities recover from damage caused by the recent bad weather.