Welcome to Bedfordshire Ladies County Golf Association
Welcome to Bedfordshire County Golf Union
2019 Squad recruitment
County Golf in 2019 - The Seniors and Colts Squads are recruiting - register your interest NOW Read More...
Beadlow Manor Juniors reach National finals - again!
Having retained the Tavistock Trophy, the Junior Team from Beadlow went on to the JTG England Finals. Read More...
County Finals Day - Pavenham Park GC
Special thanks to Pavenham Park GC for hosting the County Finals Day on Sunday 21st October. Read More...
Bedfordshire U18 Team in League Final
The Bedfordshire U18 Team played in the final of the South East U18 League at Ipswich on 23rd September Read More...
County Executive & Guests Day
On a pleasant but blustery day almost half of our Bedfordshire Clubs, plus a few Past Presidents, The Ladies Association, and our First Team Squad competed in a Pro-Am style event at Millbrook Golf Club for the Executive & Guests Trophy. Read More...
Boys' County Championships 2018
Matt Green takes the 2018 Boys' County Championship Read More...
Beadlow Manor's hold on the Tavistock Trophy remains as strong as ever
Six juniors from Beadlow Manor retain the Tavistock Trophy taking the winning run to SIX! Read More...
Keith Bass Trophy 2018
Bedfordshire boys achieve good results at the Keith Bass Trophy Read More...
Campbell & Murtagh win County Four Ball - 29th June 2018
Allan Campbell & Darren Murtagh representing South Beds Golf Club won the County Four Ball at Pavenham Park GC with a record haul of 92 Points. Read More...
Get Into Golf- Find Activities Near You
Use the search box below to find your local Get into golf activity.
Get into golf is a national initiative supported by Sky sports, aimed at getting more people playing and enjoying the sport. Get into golf courses run up and down the county at multiple clubs. The courses run usually between 4-6 weeks and cost around £25, although this differs by club. Courses should take you through all aspects of the game, teaching you the basics to get you course ready.
Most courses progress into an improvers or intermediate classes where you begin to hone your technical skills and develop your course management ability. These follow-ons are a great stepping stone for new golfers to manage the transition from the practice ground to the golf course.
The great benefit of undertaking a Get into golf course is you’ll meet people who are the same stage in their golfing development as you. Golf is such a social game that it’s important to make friends to enjoy the sport with and a Get into golf course will help you do this. Have a look at the Pathway pic below to see how you'd progress though the game on a Get into golf course.