Golf Express drives through 1,000 barrier

Golf Express, which encourages busy people to play all the game in half the time, has smashed the 1,000 barrier in just two months. The campaign promotes 9-hole golf and has proved a quickfire success since it was launched in Staffordshire in May. Already, over 1,000 people have taken...

A great work out - and relaxing too

A group of women from the online network Mums in the Know Solihull took part in a free Get into golf taster day. The event at at Olton Golf Club. Was organised in conjunction with Warwickshire Golf Partnership!," By Rachael McGillion

Surge in new players and golf club members.

England Golf's work to is leading to a surge in new players and golf club members. A new report highlights over 8500 new club memberships in the year to March 2015 - which could equal £7.2m in annual subscriptions.

More than 194,000 people visited website in April

The first month of digital advertising has created huge awareness and exposure for the Get into golf campaign. More than 194,285 people responded to a call to action on the advertising and clicked through to the website.

Golf Express launches in Staffordshire

Golf Express - a campaign to encourage busy people to play all the game in half the time - has been launched in Staffordshire.

Summer of Golf in Warwickshire

The Summer of Golf has been a great success in Warwickshire taking the sport out of its traditional setting and make it more accessible than ever.

New project launched to grow golf in three counties

England Golf has launched a project with three counties to trial new ways of increasing the number of people who play golf and join golf clubs

Get into golf is getting bigger and better

A major digital marketing campaign, run through the Get into golf scheme, is set to get more people golfing.

Pam Robinson is getting in the swing

Local government worker Pam Robinson is getting in the swing - thanks to the Get into golf drive in Nottinghamshire.

Northamptonshire makes history

The golfers of Northamptonshire have become the first in the country to vote to merge their ladies' and men's county organisations.

Downward trend in golf participation is slowing

The downward trend in the number of people who play golf regularly is slowing, according to Sport England's Active People Survey (APS), which is released today.

Thousands Get into golf

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.

PGA rehabilitating some of Britain’s injured servicemen

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.

Royal boost for England golfers'

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 is good for business

Golf clubs across Staffordshire are teeing up a new campaign to show that good sports are good for business.