Wales Golf Logo WHS LOGIN

Author: Sian Simmons

18 Aug 20

Author: Sian Simmons

18 Aug 20

Women volunteers help Welsh golf change

Women volunteers around Wales help golf clubs become more inclusive, it has been shown as part of Women and Girls Week.Wales Golf has launched Women and Girls Week, with the chance to focus on volunteers today (Tuesday) and the contribution they make to golf clubs round Wales.Wales Golf Volunteer of the Year Donna Grimshaw sums … Continued

PlayMoreGolf is Wales Golf’s latest ‘preferred partner’

PlayMoreGolf is the latest business to join Wales Golf’s Preferred Partner network. It gives clubs the chance to offer a flexible membership opportunity which attracts golfers who don’t want the classic package – and to run this alongside their traditional membership. It links clubs across the UK and golfers simply join online, choose their preferred … Continued

Wales golf pays tribute to unique contribution of John Collins

  Wales Golf has paid tribute to a junior golf organiser who helped three Welsh players on their way to the European Tour, among many other internationals, who passed away recently. Brynhill’s golf club’s John Collins was also central to Glamorgan County golf and was awarded the Sir Henry Cotton Award for meritorious service in … Continued

Wales Golf joins Women in Golf Charter

Wales Golf is delighted to join the The R&A in today unveiling a new Women in Golf Charter as part of the organisation’s drive to increase the number of women and girls participating in golf and to encourage more opportunities for women to work within the golf industry. The Women in Golf Charter aims to … Continued

Lea-Anne lifts Welsh Ladies trophy

There was a changing of the guard in the Welsh Ladies Amateur championships, with a teenage takeover of the title at Radyr golf club in Cardiff. Lea-Anne Bramwell, aged 17 from Abergele, lifted the trophy after beating 15-year-old Fffion Tynan, from Llanharry, in the final, after recent years of more experienced players claiming one of … Continued

Get Out Get Active Project

A group of ladies have come through the “Get Out Get Active” scheme with Wrexham Council ( Get Out Get Active (GOGA) is an exciting new programme that supports disabled and non-disabled people to enjoy being active together. Funded by Spirit of 2012, all partners are focused on getting some of the UK’s least active … Continued


The number of golfers in Wales playing competitive golf over just nine holes has gone up by almost a third, as new figures reveal a significant increase in competitive nine hole scores being submitted. A number of the world’s leading golfers are demonstrating their support for shorter forms of golf, including two-time Major Champion Ryu … Continued

First Secretary in Wales to achieve Club Manager (CCM) qualification

Royal Porthcawl secretary Michael Newland has become the first in Wales to achieve the globally recognized benchmark of excellence in club management He passed the Club Manager Association of Europe’s (CMAE) Certified Club Manager (CCM) examination – and encourages others to tackle the course. With part of the course now being run in Wales, it … Continued