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The English Golf Union merged with the English Women's Golf Association on 1st January 2012 to form England Golf, the governing body for all amateur golf in England.

England Golf is the governing body for amateur golf in England and looks after the interests of more than 1,900 golf clubs and 675,000 men, women, boy and girl club members.

England Golf is at the heart of grassroots golf, inspiring people to have a lifelong involvement in the game. Our development initiative ‘Get into golf’ introduces new golfers, juniors and adults, to start playing the game as well as increasing the interest and participation in golf. Working with our partners we offer business support to clubs to encourage more golfers to enjoy the benefits of club membership and to help promote the game as being accessible, fun and family friendly.

England Golf are committed to the implementation of the ‘Raising Our Game’ strategy with the ambition of creating:

As part of this strategy, England Golf is committed to increasing the number of disabled people playing the game through creating opportunities at local clubs for disabled people to access high quality coaching and playing opportunities.

The ambition is to make the game a truly inclusive sport, meeting the wants and needs of disabled people.

Based at the National Golf Centre in Woodhall Spa England Golf is a non-profit organisation run for the benefit of the game and its players.


The National Golf Centre

The Broadway, Woodhall Spa

Lincolnshire, LN10 6PU


Players: 678,372

Courses: 1,849


Phone: +44 (0)1526 354500

Email: development@englandgolf.org

Web: www.englandgolf.org


EDGA Contact
Jamie Blair - Disability Manager

Phone: +44 (0)1526 354500
Mobile: +44 (0)7583 400243

Email: j.blair@englandgolf.org


Jamie’s national role as England Golf Disability Manager is to support County Development Groups and golf clubs to increase the participation of disabled people in the sport.


Jamie has also been the National Events Co-ordinator for the English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) since April 2012, supporting events, recruiting volunteers and working with a range of sport governing bodies. Before that Jamie worked in events administration for the EFDS.


Twitter: www.twitter.com/EnglandGolf

Facebook: www.facebook.com/EnglandGolf

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