Our survey of 4,322 golfers has found that 97% are regularly playing and a third believe lockdown created a new generation of players.
Golf is often mischaracterised as an old-fashioned boys’ club, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. There are plenty of opportunities for children and young people to break into the sport and reap its many benefits.
It’s most golfing parent’s dream for their kid to take up the sport – and it’s easy to see why. Golf will teach your children patience, perseverance, and discipline, while also giving them some exercise and fresh air away from TV screens and video games.
We were a finalist for Best Specialist Insurance Provider last year and this year we’d like to take home the award! We’ll need your help to make that happen though. You can vote for us quickly and easily here, and each customer that votes will be entered into a £1,000 cash prize draw! (T&Cs apply). […]
Golf Care is hosting an exclusive competition to win an overnight stay and 2 ball on the famous Ryder Cup course, The Brabazon, at The Belfry!
By Fergus Bisset At just 25 years of age, Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy is a three-time Major champion. He’s now only a Masters victory away from completing a career “Grand Slam” and joining Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods as the only players to have achieved that remarkable feat. […]