The number of people taking up 'Get into golf' opportunities grew rapidly over the summer months, according to a new report on grass roots activity across England.
A number of unsung PGA pros have been playing a small but important part in rehabilitating some of Britain's injured servicemen through the PGA Golf Buddy Programme.
England teenage internationals Marco Penge and Emma Allen received a right royal boost for their Olympic ambitions when they met the Duchess of Cambridge.
Golf clubs across Staffordshire are teeing up a new campaign to show that good sports are good for business.
PGA chief executive Sandy Jones believes golf can help tackle the issue of loneliness which is blighting the lives of many elderly people in the UK.
Staff and club members at BBC Salford have been channelling their energies into a new sporting pursuit.
The Ryder Cup wasn't just a roaring success for Paul McGinley and Europe with a team of PGA pros smashing through the one thousand free lessons barrier at Gleneagles.
A team of talented Scottish PGA Professionals will play their part in helping the Ryder Cup go with a swing by giving hundreds of free lessons to spectators.
Get into golf has joined forces with BBC Sport's Get Inspired scheme which encourages people get active and discover new activities in their local area.
Yorkshire golf is set to benefit from an exciting new partnership that will help drive the efforts to grow the sport across the county.
Get into golf, which inspires adults in England to take up golf, is delighted to have become a national partner of Change4Life, the campaign which helps people to eat healthier, get active and live longer.
It was win-win all round for all the PGA pros involved at this year's Open Championship.
Over 110,000 people got into golf with the national network of County Golf Partnerships (CGPs) in the year to the end of March 2014. That's more than double the figure for the previous 12 months.
Deaf golf will come into the spotlight this week when the Brabazon Trophy gets underway at Seaton Carew in County Durham.
Essex golfer Jan Tallentire is running a one-woman drive to get new players into the game - and in the space of just six weeks she persuaded 80 ladies to have a go.