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Below are some useful internet links, just click on the relevant lick to go to the website.
Formed in 2004 and based in St Andrews, The R&A seeks to engage in and support activities that are undertaken for the benefit of the game of golf. It takes its name from The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, the members' club that, before 2004, had responsibility for the game but from which The R&A is now separate and distinct.
The R&A organises The Open Championship, golf’s oldest Major, along with a number of other professional, amateur and junior events, some of which are sanctioned by other golfing bodies. In addition, The R&A assumes responsibility for the administration of the Rules of Golf with the consent of 143 organisations from the amateur and professional game, and on behalf of over 30 million golfers in 128 countries throughout Europe, Africa, Asia-Pacific and the Americas.
For the USA and Mexico, the USGA is the governing body, an organisation with whom The R&A has jointly issued the Rules of Golf since 1952.
The English Golf Union merged with the English Women's Golf Association on 1st January 2012 to form England Golf, the governing body for all amateur golf in England.
England Golf is the governing body for amateur golf in England. It is one of the country’s largest sports governing bodies and looks after the interests of more than 1,900 golf clubs and 675,000 men, women, boy and girl club members.
The Worcestershire Amateur Golf Union of Golf Clubs
This is a joint collaboration between the Men's and Ladies County Organisations.
You can obtain the County Card from this website.
The bowl is a biennial competition initiated in 1988 between the Worcestershire Golf Club in Malvern UK and Chester Valley Golf Club in Malvern Pennsylvania PA USAThe Bowl consists of alternating "home" and "away" fixtures.Members host guests for the duration of the competition, this has led to many warm and long lasting friendships being forged.The archive aims to collate results, photographs and memories from the matches.If you have anything to add (or correct) please send it to the club
Click here to go to the Malvern Bowl Website