Scottish Golf is excited to launch the Young Person’s Golf Panel. Working with young people (both golfers and non-golfers), the role of the panel will be to provide valuable insights and a better understanding of young people and society today.

As part of our commitment to growing the game, it is vitally important we engage and listen to young people and offer a platform that enables them to voice their opinions.

We want young people to be part of shaping the future of golf in Scotland, and are looking for candidates to help us support clubs. This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of an exciting time for Scottish Golf, and for the panel to work with the Governing Body for their personal development, life skills and employability skills as Scottish Golf support them fully on their Leadership journey. Read more here


The GGU Club Handicap Trophy was played at Sandyhills Golf Club on Sunday 14th October. A total of 8 clubs took part in the competition. View the winners photos here


Scottish Golf’s membership has voted in favour of a resolution to increase the per capita fee at a General Meeting held at the Stirling Court Hotel tonight.

The resolution was passed with a majority vote of 60.2%. The increase from £11.25 to £14.50 will take effect from January 2019 and will be frozen until the collection of subscriptions in January 2022.

Read the full story here


The Scottish Golf Regional Forum was held on 31st August. The report contains feedback from the five departments within the business. The report is available and may viewed here



The Glasgow Golf Union Club Handicap trophy competition will be held at Sandyhills Golf Club on Sunday 14th October. The event starts at 12.00 and draw may be viewed here



A General Meeting of Scottish Golf will be held Thursday 4th October at the Stirling Court Hotel, Stirling FK9 4LA starting at 7.15pm. To ensure clarity within the voting process at the meeting, we would invite anyone planning to vote in person to complete the registration process. Please note that given the nature of the meeting and to ease the voting process there is a limit of one person per organisation can register to attend.  All the details of the meeting including the formal papers for your information may be found at Scottish Golf


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