The Lancashire Girls' Golf Association was founded in 1974 by Frances 'Bunty' Smith, one of Lancashire, England and Great Britain's most outstanding golfers together with some junior golfers who formed the committee and ran the Association themselves in the early years. County Coach Jane Forrest was one of these forwarding thinking young players and acted as Treasurer, looking after the finances.
Lancashire is the only County that has such an organisation. More Information ...
The Lancashire Girls' Golf Association runs competitions and training for girls golfers up to 21 years of age in a friendly environment.
It is open to all girls who already enjoy or now want to start playing golf. There are plenty of events during the year for our members at every level from a beginner to a plus handicap player.
For more information contact Sue Griffiths County Junior Organiser or Liz Robinson for all information regarding starting playing in our 9 hole competitions or joining our training schemes.
Click here for an Application Form to join the Lancashire Girls' Golf Association. Your application must be sent by post to Sue Griffiths. Full details on the form.
For girls with a Congu Handicap click here to download your Competition Entries Book.
For girls with a Club or no handicap click here to download your Competition Entries Book.
18 hole competitions run from April to October for players with Congu handicaps up to 36.
9 hole competitions are for all our other girls. We play them on par 3 courses and all girls are encouraged to play as soon as they join.
Matches are played annually against other counties and associations to give many girls a chance to be included.
Training Days with our County Coaches are offered to all members.