Entries by Mathilda

Growing The Game In China

The PGA of America and China-based PacificPine Sports Group are partnering to develop state-of-the-art youth golf development centers in China. The partnership will offer grassroots instruction programs at “PGA of America Youth Development Centers” across China to introduce and grow the game of golf for boys and girls. PGA Professionals will oversee the development and […]

Performance54 Enters New Frontier

London, England: Ayla Golf Club, recently announced as the host venue of an innovative new professional mixed tournament, has appointed Performance54 as its international marketing agency. Performance54 recently helped Ayla and the European Tour unveil an exciting and first-of-its-kind stroke play tournament, which will see over 120 players come together from three different Tours, the […]

Women and Girls’ Week launches across GB&I

Women and Girls’ Golf Week starts today across Great Britain and Ireland to raise awareness of the fabulous female side of the game. The week, which coincides with the Ricoh Women’s British Open and the English girls’ championship, continues until Sunday and is the inspiration of England Golf. It is an online campaign to celebrate the […]

Golf growing In Fijian Schools

The Westpac Schools Golf Development programme is reaching its culmination in 2018, just in time for the Fiji International presented by Fiji Airways. Thanks to Westpac’s support, this is the fourth year the program has run in Fiji and 2018 saw the addition of three new schools joining the program, extending the programme to Rakiraki. […]

Open Championship encourages more juniors into golf

The Golf Foundation has applauded The R&A’s policy of welcoming young people with free entry to Carnoustie as a “wonderful opportunity” for junior grass roots golf. Children aged 16 and under were given free entry with a paying adult at the 147th Open Championship. The nationally recognised junior golf charity is working in partnership with […]

Gold Coast to host world deaf titles

Australia has won the right to host the 2022 World Deaf Golf Championship. The World Deaf Golf Federation announced that Royal Pines on the Gold Coast will be the host club after a joint proposal from Deaf Golf Australia and Golf Australia. But GA national inclusion manager Christian Hamilton said the successful bid was a […]