On Tuesday 5th June, Goodwood Golf are celebrating International Women's Day with a FREE round of golf on their Park Course. It's a fourball betterball competition and open to women with a handicap, whatever age and ability. Details are available on their website,...read more
Exciting news hot off the press from England Golf is that Aileen Greenfield has won the English Senior Women's Championship at Hallamshire GC, Sheffield today. A very convincing victory, 6&4 over Cath Rawthore has ensured that Aileen has "shrugged off her bridesmaid...read more
Today saw Paula Carver, Aileen Greenfield and Katherine Russell progress through to the top 16 in the matchplay in the English Senior Women's Champs. Ioana McKean playing in the over 60s matchplay, also made it through to the quarter-finals. Follow their progress on...read more
Louise Simmons, Committee Junior Organiser, reports that the girls enjoyed a lovely day at Meon Valley GC playing Hampshire Junior Girls. The girls had a great day on the course, with good company and sunshine! It was an opportunity to involve some of the newer...read more
The Junior Girls' Championship takes place at Dale Hill on Tuesday 29th May and will see 11 girls with handicaps ranging from 3 to 22 playing 36 holes stroke play on the Woosnan and Old Courses. Good luck to all the competitors - the start sheet may be...read more
On Saturday 12th May the ladies of Bognor Regis GC stayed true to their word and set out on a 21 mile walk, with the intention of passing through 4 other golf clubs - Avisford Park, Ham Manor, Rustington and Littlehampton. We all know that golfing ladies are tough,...read more
Goodwood are really taking the lead in their initiative with getting more women of all ages and ability into golf. On Tuesday 5th June to celebrate International Women's Day, there is an 18 hole FREE round of golf (fourball betterball) for ladies with a handicap and...read more
Get into Golf isn't just an initiative for Junior Girls it's also for beginners women who are nervous about playing this wonderful game. There's a few facility online by clicking Get into...read more
There are 57 affiliated clubs and nearly 3,500 playing lady members in Sussex
What the SCLGA committee do:
- Administer the needs of all the affiliated members and golf clubs in Sussex.
- Encourage play at all levels and identify and nurture talent.
- We provide an advisory service on handicapping, rules and any matter concerning amateur golf.
- Organise and find venues for County Championships for all ages.
- Arrange inter-county matches for girls through to senior level.
- Develop elite golfers and select and support county teams.
- Collect affiliation fees from the playing members of Sussex Clubs and promote the county card scheme. This is the only source of funds the County Association receives.
- Represent Sussex in national issues.
The SCLGA committee for 2018 is 17 elected members who work on a voluntary basis. We all work towards encouraging golf for everyone from grass roots to elite status. I look forward to meeting many of you during 2018, however, if you would like to discuss anything please do not hesitate to email me here.
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