Izaak Walton Golf Club in Stoke, a popular 18-hole venue, has entered liquidation. The club has shut its clubhouse and boarded up its doors and windows.
A major golf course construction firm and a golf tourism company have both said that Britain’s decision to leave the EU can have positive ramifications for the industry.
The Stroke Association is increasingly finding that playing golf, which provides a number of key social, mental and physical benefits, is an excellent way for survivors to boost their recovery.
Both England Golf and the Golf Union of Wales have issued a statement saying their countries are now witnessing a surge in female participation of the game.
A new project aimed at addressing the tiny number of people from a black and minority ethnic background who are members of golf clubs in Wales is already having a positive effect.
A charity that safeguards parks and playing fields is asking, via Bernard Gallacher, every golf club in the UK to show its support for it, after one venue in Northern Ireland was protected.
Local authorities in Nottingham are so keen to get golfers trying the game that they are setting up events in local parks as well as golf clubs this summer.
Andrew ‘The Beef’ Johnston has been praised for playing Tri-Golf with local children during the Open Championship.
Hull Golf Club in Yorkshire has become the victim of what is thought to be, financially, the biggest bank fraud to have hit the golf industry ever.
One of the biggest suppliers to golf clubs, Craftsman Lockers, has formed a new partnership with Garran Lockers: the Ice Locker Group.