SURREY LADIES COUNTY GOLF ASSOCIATION
Who Are We?
The Surrey County Golf Club was formed in 1900 and subsequently became the Surrey Ladies Golf Association in 1929. We now have over 7,000 members from 103 affiliated clubs. A short history of SLCGA can be seen on the Heritage page.
What Do We Do?
- Provide fun and competitive golf in Surrey for amateur players of all ages and all abilities.
- Provide a coaching programme to help and encourage talented golfers to reach their potential.
- Give junior girls an introduction to the game with a structured development programme.
- Select various teams to represent the County.
- Work with the men's Surrey County Golf Union to form a partnership for the betterment of the sport within the County.
- Provide help and support to Clubs in the administration of the CONGU Uniform System of Handicapping.
- Represent Surrey ladies on England Golf (the national governing body).
Who runs the Association?
Executive Committee headed by the Captain. Other key roles include:
- The President
- Honorary Treasurer
- Junior Organiser
- Training Officer
- Up to 9 Committee Members
There is also a Junior Committee and an Employed Secretary
How do we fund our activities?
- Clubs pay an annual levy to affiliate to the County (£15)
- A member of an affiliated club pays an additional per capita fee to the County (£8)
- We sell County Cards at the current cost of £10 per person although this will change in 2017
What competitions do we run?
The County organises a wide range of competitions which can be viewed on the Fixture List page.
Golf for all ages and abilities!