Hampshire Ladies Golf (HLG) became a signatory of England Golf and the R&A’s Women in Golf Charter in February 2022, after we submitted a detailed proposal outlining our plans to help grow female golf participation in the County, including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Wight.
We are committed to playing our part in developing a culture that values women’s involvement in every aspect of the sport. We have made a number of commitments and we hope that their combined effect will help encourage more women and girls to play the game and pursue careers in the golfing industry. We are passionate about promoting the Charter and hope that our actions will encourage our affiliated clubs to make similar commitments and become Charter signatories. Here are more details about the R&A Women in Golf Charter.
Congratulations to Romsey GC for becoming the first Hampshire club to become a Women in Golf Charter signatory but also to Blackmoor GC, Corhampton GC, Hayling GC, Hockley GC, Lee-on-the-Solent GC, New Forest GC, Petersfield GC, Royal Winchester GC, Ryde GC*, Shanklin & Sandown GC*, South Winchester GC, Southwick Park GC, Stoneham GC, The Burley GC, Walhampton GC and Wellow GC for also gaining their Charter status. A total of 17 clubs so far. We know that there are another 13 other affiliated Hampshire clubs that are currently working up their proposals for Charter status. These are listed below:
Blacknest GC; Bramshott Hill GC; Brokenhurst Manor GC; Cowes GC*; Freshwater GC*; Highcliffe Castle GC; Newport GC*; Osbourne GC*; Paultons GC; Rowlands Castle GC; Waterlooville GC; Weybrook Park GC; and Wickham Park GC. (*Isle of Wight Clubs)
Friday 10th February 2023
New HLG website launches
Tuesday 7th February 2023
England Golf competition for women with a Handicap Index between 15.0 and 54.0 - Australian Spoons
Wednesday 30th November 2022
The 2023 fixtures for the Senior and Veterans’ teams are now available on their respective team pages