Golf Australia

National programs hitting their straps

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Golf Month 2016 has seen over 1,300 activities and offers promoted across more than 400 golf clubs and facilities around Australia, and the success stories are rolling in. There really was something for everyone in October – from a biathlon of golf and fishing at Alyangula Golf Club in the Northern Territory to disc golf in the Granite Belt region of Queensland and everything in between!

A review is underway of this year's event. Clubs are encouraged to start planning ahead for October 2017 to make the most of the campaign.  For more information, go to www.golfmonth.com.au.

Recent social media marketing using the program’s ambassador Jason Day has contributed to the growth and momentum of MyGolf, Australia’s national junior introductory program. The program now has over 500 registered centres around the country and is tracking towards 10,000 participants in 2016-17. 
Go with the strength of the national teaching program backed by Golf Australia and the PGA of Australia.

To find your nearest centre and register online, visit www.mygolf.org.au.

Swing Fit hits the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open this February, with come-and-try sessions being held during the championship from Thursday 16 to Sunday 19 at The Royal Adelaide Golf Club. Registration includes a free ticket to the Open, so participants can enjoy watching the world’s best golfers after their session! The sessions are open to any female who is new to golf and wants to give it a go.  To register for a come-and-try Swing Fit session, visit http://www.swingfit.com.au/sf-search-result/postcode/5023/distance/20

You can also check us out on Instagram @swingfitau.


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