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England Golf urges government to re-open golf courses

England Golf CEO Jeremy Tomlinson is pressing the UK government to consider golf as part of the solution to the nation’s current… Read More

Golf courses close as England enters third lockdown

The UK Government has announced the closure of all golf courses and driving ranges in England with immediate effect as part of… Read More

Golf courses in Tier 4 to remain open

Following the latest update to the the government’s Covid-19 regulations, London and areas of the south east of England will move to… Read More

England Golf launches app for new World Handicap System

England Golf has launched a new app which will enable golf club members to stay up-to-date with their Handicap Index as part of the World Handicap System (WHS). Read More

England Golf lobbies for clubs to stay open during second lockdown

Jeremy Tomlinson, the Chief Executive of England Golf, has published a statement in which he says that he will be lobbying the UK government in the strongest possible terms to keep England’s golf courses open as the country prepares to go into a month-long lockdown on November 5. Read More

World Handicap System launches in England today

The new World Handicap System officially launches today for golfers in England, signalling the first major shift in handicapping across the country since the national handicap was introduced in 1911. Read More

Price pips Humphreys to English Women’s Amateur title

Ludlow’s Emily Price celebrated the biggest win of her career after coming from behind to defeat Lily May Humphreys in a thrilling… Read More

Golf courses in England can re-open on May 13

The UK Government has announced that golf will be able to resume in England on Wednesday, May 13th. Read More

England Golf puts tournaments on hold until end of July

England Golf has extended its list of postponed championships to now include all events up until week commencing July 27. With golf… Read More