Women in and around Suffolk recently took to the course in support of a local bereavement charity, Cruse Suffolk, in a new kind of fun, informal golf day for women. The event staged at Woodbridge Golf
A new kind of fun, informal golf day for women – aimed at breaking down barriers that often prevent women from giving golf a try – will
Stuart Smith was delighted with the first love.golf experience at Hilton Park Golf Club. The day began with a meet and greet followed by a short
Although love.golf is all about getting women on the course playing, we also recognise the importance of changing perceptions in golf – and
From the outside golf can appear to be a male-dominated sport, but according to The World Golf Federation, there are over 30 million female
As one of the oldest sports in history, golf has been given little credit for the incredible health benefits it can provide to participants.
New to our Facebook discussion group (click the link below and join in if you haven’t already!) love.golfer Jane O’Riordan relives a