The Cheshire Union of Golf Clubs was founded in 1920, and represents 99 clubs within the County, providing knowledge and expertise to support them all.
We are able to offer particular advice and support on a number of topics including handicaps, rules of golf and Course standard scratch ratings.
As you may be aware, golf is one of the few sports that can be enjoyed by all age groups. With this in mind, the Cheshire Golf Union run County Tournaments for players of all ages, on either a Team or Individual format.
The Cheshire Union identifies existing talent and through its coaching program develops the next generation of Golfers to represent the County and beyond at a National Level. Thanks to our player development programs, Cheshire are in a position where its representative County Teams are able to successfully compete against their peers.
We are working hard to preserve, enhance and advance the quality of golf throughout the County of Cheshire.
Mission Statement of the Cheshire Union of Golf Clubs
Continually to enhance the reputation of Cheshire as a leading County in Amateur Golf.
To promote and grow participation in the game of golf across the County at all levels including the identification and development of talent at all ages, enabling the County representatives to become ever more competitive.
DO YOU HAVE TIME TO BECOME INVOLVED?
There is no need for you to become a Director of the Board, but if you are interested in one or more of the following areas, please contact Peter Whitehead at email@example.com with your area of interest and expertise and your contact details. Peter or one of his colleagues will then follow up with a personal telephone call .
We are looking for additional people in the following areas of particular skill sets and experience, which would be an advantage to aid the current Board.
Finance & Accountancy
Marketing & Business Development
Event Management of County Championships and County Matches.
Internet / Web Development
Golf course assessment surveys.
Golf Team managing and co-ordinating.
To further the interest of Amateur Golf in Cheshire
To assist in maintaining a uniform system of handicapping
To encourage and develop players to County and International standard
To arrange the following events:
Amateur Championship of the County
County Team Championship
Such other Matches, Scratch Competitions and Handicap Events, as may be authorised
To organise and maintain the facilities of the Cheshire Card (County County Golf Association), and the County Membership Scheme
To co-operate with the England Golf and other County Golf Unions in such a manner as may be desirable