An 18-hole Sussex golf club that has suffered ‘significant financial loss’ in recent years is set to convert to nine holes and build 130 homes in order to secure its future.
Golfing legend John Jacobs OBE, described as the father of modern day golf, has died at the age of 91.
A 36-hole golf club in Northamptonshire has merged with a local hotel it had previously had disputes with in order to make both businesses stronger.
Reesink Turfcare will be bringing a GeoLink Precision Spray System simulator to BIGGA Turf Management Exhibition (BTME) 2017, Europe’s leading showcase for turf professionals and buyers.
BIGGA, the CMAE, England Golf, Imperial College London and Environmental Solutions International have announced they are working together on a national project to survey the golf sector’s benefits to the environment.
English golf clubs saw an unexpected boom in their collective number of members in 2016, according to new figures from Sport England.
Wycombe Heights Golf Centre in Buckinghamshire has said the flexible membership policy it introduced last year led to 150 people joining the club.
Liverpool Golf Centre is running a scheme that aims to break down the golfing barriers for blind and partially sighted people.
The Golf Union of Wales (GUW) has won an insport Silver Award for its work in making the sport more inclusive for people with disabilities.
The year 2016 was like no other in the golf club industry. The vote to continue the ban on women from becoming members at Muirfield became an embarrassment, while Adidas’ and Nike’s decision to pull out of the game caused concern.