With huge opportunities to grow golf globally through the increased participation of women and girls, there is a significant focus in this area to help drive a more inclusive culture worldwide.
The R&A merger with the Ladies’ Golf Union (LGU) at the start of 2017 has acted as a catalyst to help develop women’s golf on the global stage.
In May 2018, The R&A launched a Women in Golf Charter, with the aim to increase women and girls’ participation and membership in golf, encourage more families to enjoy golf as a leisure activity and encourage more opportunities for women to work in the golf industry.
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