Notice is hereby given that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING will be held at:
HAYDOCK PARK GOLF CLUB
NEWTON LE WILLOWS
On WEDNESDAY 28th NOVEMBER 2018 at 11 a.m.
County Secretary Margaret Milne has emailed the documents below to all Club Delegates/Secretaries.
If you do not receive it please contact her - email@example.com .
Click on each document to download:
- Secretary's September Mailing Letter
- Council Meeting Notice
- LLCGA Nominations 2019
- Provisional Fixture List 2019
- Shields 2019 Entry Form
- Senior County Training Officer Application Form
- Junior County Training Officer Application Form
- County Junior Organiser Application Form
- Executive Committee Representative for South East Division Application Form
We really need your help to encourage your Junior girl members of all abilities to come to the Lancashire Girls' Golf Association competitions. Although there are plenty of girl golfers in the County we know that many are put off joining us in the belief that they have to be good players to do so. We like them to come as soon as they join your club. If you have any girls aged from 6 to 21 please encourage them to come and take part in their appropriate competitions.
We now run 3 different types of competitions for them.
Beginners competitions are on Par 3 courses like Hart Common and Southport Golf Academy.
For girls with Congu handicaps between 37 and 54 we have 9 hole competitions to help them reduce their handicaps. Their next date is
Girls with handicaps below this play in our 18 hole competitions.
Group coaching is provided for those that want it but this is completely optional as many have this at their own club.
At all these events they will meet girls of their own age and make new friends very quickly.
Further details are on the website's Junior information pages and all enquiries are welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The County Captain and the Junior Committee
The R&A and USGA have unveiled the new Rules of Golf that will come into force on 1st January 2019. They were finalised recently after worldwide consultation and feedback on their earlier proposed changes.
Get More Women and Girls into our Golf Clubs
The Lancashire County Development Group Conference was attended by more than 230 delegates representing 91 clubs along with County officials, PGA and Press members and club managers. Lancashire Union Secretary Phil Harvery welcomed everyone before outlining where women's golf is now.
The other speakers were:
|Dr John Fry & Phillip Hall
|University Centre Myerscough College
|An Overview of Existing Research, Women, Girls & Families
|Jasmine the Jazzy Golfer
|A Millenial's View, Golf & Social Media
|PR & Marketing, Getting your Message Out
|The Charter For Women & The Work Of The R&A
|Support & initiatives To Help You
|The Next Steps & Being Prepared For Change
Thank you to all who attended. We do hope you found it informative and look forward to seeing you at our competitions. Please encourage your members to enter!
The documents being distributed by Club Support Officers Adam McAllisterand Helen Searle can be downloaded from the County Development Information page.
Click here to read England Golf' Guidance on Handicaps in competitions.
The R&A and USGA have announced details of the new World Golf Handicap System (WHS). It is designed to welcome more golfers and make golf easier to understand. It will provide golfers with a handicap that is portable throughout the world. Read more ...
The law regarding General Data Protection Regulations is being refreshed and enhanced. Golf organisations should be operating in full compliance by 25 May 2018.
Read England Golf Press Release ...
Lancashire's England Golf Club Support Officers are Adam McAlister and Helen Searle who has replaced Debbie Barber. Helen has been a competent [Helen] golfer since she started as a Yorkshire junior player. She has competed at the highest level all over the world. Since turning professional she has obtained her PGA degree.
England Golf Club Support Officers have a sound understanding, knowledge and expertise in how to best support golf clubs. Areas of support available from them include recruitment of new members, retention of current members, Get into Golf, GolfMark, sharing best practice example case studies and much more. They are willing to come to advise and offer their help at our golf clubs.
Mobile: 07808 364382
Mobile: 07710 088870
The January Mailing was posted to all LLCGA golf clubs on 1st February. If any club does not receive it within the week please contact
The following documents can be downloaded below:-
- Secretary's Letter
- Junior Information Letter and Return Form
- Interclub Application Form
- Secretary & Delegate Details Form
- Single Figure Golfers Return Form
- Scott Leggatt Entry Form
If you require any of these documents in Word format please contact email@example.com
Your envelope should also contain the County Poster, 2 x County Fixture Books (Further copies available at Delegates Meeting, cost £2) and the new Junior Information Booklet.
Entry forms for County Competitions are available to download on this website Competitions Entry Forms page. (ADD LINK)