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Golf For All
Women’s golf is a truly global sport… with the potential to grow further.

Are you a mum keen to try a new sport? Are you a young girl inspired by the likes of Georgia Hall, Yuka Saso or Nelly Korda? Is your local golf club running lessons to encourage more women and girls into golf?

While fewer than one in four golfers globally are women and the golf industry is male-dominant, the sport is working hard collectively to drive female growth.
Woman golfer
“I am passionate about helping to grow the game so it’s very natural for me to support The R&A’s great initiatives, particularly for women and children, over the coming years.”

Georgia Hall

Professional Golfer

Did you know?

In Great Britain, 25% of female golfers in 2020 were new to the sport – and tried it for the first time because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

You can find a new love in golf and help change the face of the sport across the globe.
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Golf is open to all

The Women in Golf Charter was created by The R&A in 2018 to inspire an industry-wide commitment and conversation with the ultimate goal of enabling more women and girls to maximise their potential at all levels of the sport.  The #FOREeveryone campaign creates a more accessible platform which the golf industry is uniting behind and through which existing and prospective golfers can engage.

Journey To the Top

Major winner, Georgia Hall was very young when she was first introduced to the game. She hopes to inspire the next generation of young female golfers. 

Hear more her below.

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