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Bedfordshire County Golf

Junior Golf in Bedfordshire

Befordshire County Golf work closely with England Golf and The Golf Foundation to promote the game to the next generation of golfers.

Golf is a fantastic sport for young people to start because it really is a game for life. From four years old to 94, it's a sport that provides a challenge, competition, social engagement as well as being great for both physical and mental wellbeing.


England Golf

Junior Golf Strategy for England in collaboration with the Golf Foundation 2021-25

The strategy aligns with England Golf’s Course Planner for 2021-2025 and will be delivered in collaboration with colleagues at the Golf Foundation.

The Junior Golf Strategy has three main objectives at its heart:

• Increase the profile of golf in schools and communities

• Support the transition from programmes into club-based activity

• Develop the workforce supporting junior golf

England Golf will focus on a number of key areas tying in with the core aims of the Course Planner; to lead, energise and support, inspire and deliver for all golfers.


Girls Golf Rocks

Girls Golf Rocks encourages beginner girls aged 5-18 to learn and play golf in a fun and friendly way.
The programme runs nationally across England, and we are looking forward to supporting clubs and facilities during the 2024 season.
We are looking to recruit clubs/facilities who aim to create an environment where girls feel comfortable and confident to participate and the club/facility offer a clear pathway for them to continue their participation. Sound like your club/facility?
Apply today!


Get into Golf Rookies

Get into Golf Rookies encourages children and young people aged 5-18 to learn and play golf in a fun and friendly way.
The programme runs nationally across England, and we are looking forward to supporting clubs and facilities during the 2024 season.
We are looking to recruit clubs/facilities who aim to create an environment where children and young people feel comfortable and confident to participate and the club/facility offer a clear pathway for them to continue their participation. Sound like your club/facility?
Apply today.


Colmworth Win Sustainability Project of the Year, Bedfordshire GC Win Club of the Year.

Tuesday 13th February 2024

Tuesday 13 February was a historic night for England Golf, as the governing body celebrated its 100th anniversary with the Centenary Dinner & Awards at the very place it was born – The Midland Manchester Hotel.
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County Finals Day at Luton Hoo

Monday 16th October 2023

On a chilly but sunny day, players and teams from the Bedfordshire family of Golf Clubs competed in the County Finals. John O'Gaunt, Leighton Buzzard, Mount Pleasant & Dunstable Downs were all represented.
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Women's Autumn Meeting Results

Thursday 5th October 2023

Thank you to South Beds GC for hosting the Women's Autumn Meeting and congratulations to the following winners : Best Gross Winner - Stella Ojacor - Aspley Guise & Woburn Sands. Best Nett Div 1 - Lecy Robinson, Cainhoe Wood. Best Nett Div 2 - Fay Glynn, South Beds. Best Nett Div 3 - Sarah Conroy, Beds & County. Veterans Trophy : Fay Glynn, South Beds. Lecy Robinson (Cainhoe Wood) won the Antcliffe Bowl for the best aggregate gross score from the Spring and Autumn Meetings. Aniela Rebisz (Cainhoe Wood) won the Ampthill Cup for the best aggregate nett score from the Spring and Autumn Meetings. The Team Shield competition was won by Aspley Guise & Woburn Sands.

County Mixed Foursomes

Monday 18th September 2023

Cainhoe Wood presented a course that challenged the field, a massive thank you to John O'Leary and his wonderful team for hosting the County.
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