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Friendship, fresh air and exercise, golf has is all

Friendship, fresh air and exercise, golf has is all

Get into golf is the national campaign to inspire adults to take up golf and to play more often. Run by England Golf through its network of County Golf Partnerships and supported by Sport England National Lottery funding.

It doesn't matter whether you've never played golf or if you haven't picked up a club since your school days or an almost-forgotten holiday. You can get started by taking advantage of the low cost golf taster sessions and beginner courses on offer.

You'll receive a basic introduction to golf from PGA professionals, together with information about club membership and follow-on coaching opportunities. Equipment will be provided so all you have to do is turn up on the day in comfortable clothing.

There’s no better sport for bringing people together and with its winning combination of exercise, sporting skill and social interaction, golf is the perfect tonic for good health and happiness.

This increasingly popular sport is a powerhouse of all the core ingredients that doctors recommend for optimum physical and mental health and wellbeing.

To get started visit www.getintogolf.org/learn or for more information contact info@getintogolf.org

Golf is great for women

Looking for a new challenge, Want to get healthy and active, Keen to meet more friends or spend quality time with your partner – and wondering which sport fits the bill?

Golf offers all these benefits and more. It’s such an adaptable sport that it suits all players, whatever their age, fitness level or ability. So whether you want to burn lots of calories or just find a gentle way to boost your activity, golf is a sport for all with some incredible benefits.

Keeps you active
Golf can help keep you active, burn calories, stay in shape, lower cholesterol, reduce the risk of heart disease and research shows it may even help you live longer. Playing 18-holes will burn at least 900 calories and will take you more than ten thousand steps, you will easily achieve the recommended 150 minutes of moderate exercise a week recommended by the NHS to keep healthy.

Connects you with people
Golf is inherently sociable. With plenty of time for conversation and fun, golf is the perfect way to make new friends or grow closer bonds with people you already know - golf has to be the most social sport ever invented.

Helps you unwind and relax
Playing golf is a great way to boost your mental wellbeing. Outdoor exercise in a green space can boost mental health by reducing stress levels, enhancing mood and even improving your self-esteem. It’s the perfect restorative environment where you can relax, unwind and recharge your batteries.

It doesn’t matter if you’ve never played golf or haven’t picked up a club since your school days or an almost‑forgotten holiday. You can get started by taking advantage of the low cost beginner courses on offer from the Get into golf campaign.
You’ll receive a basic introduction to the game from a PGA professional, together with information about club membership and follow-on coaching opportunities.
Equipment will be provided so all you have to do is turn up on the day in comfortable clothing, before you know it you will be out on the course playing golf.

To find a course near you visit www.Getintogolf.org/map or call 0800 118 2766

Golf in your area

There are 33 opportunities listed on the Physical Activity Directory. To view local opportunities please select your local area.


Contacts

Jason Budd
Regional Development Officer, 
England Golf
T: 01388 749227
M:07726 601724

@EnglandGolf

Ian Harvey
Regional Development Officer,
Golf Foundation
M: 07818 575977

@GolfRootsNE

 



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