June 1-7 is ‘Women’s Sport Week’ in the UK which coincides with the start of the Women’s Football World Cup and provides the perfect opportunity for all women to get involved in physical activity.

Here is a small sample of the ways that women of all ages, shapes, sizes and abilities can get involved with golf.

  1. With the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters at Buckinghamshire Golf Club just one month away, why not sign up as a volunteer which means that you’ll meet all the stars and get a first class view of the action? Sign up here.
  2. Do you have a disability and want to try golf for the first time? The ISPS HANDA Academy will be at the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters offering free specialised coaching and inspiring people through the power of sport. Access to the tournament is free for disabled and blind patrons. Click here for more information on how to get your ticket.
  3. There will also be free golf lessons for adults and kids of all ages with the PGA Professionals in the PING Swing Zone at the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters. Just turn up any day from July 2-5 where the friendly professionals will be on hand with free advice and the latest PING equipment
  4. Lots of clubs are offering sessions to try out something new. If you want to find a golfing activity near you, England Golf’s @GetIntoGolf programme is the perfect place to start with a selection of facilities offering great value introduction classes. Visit the site and enter your postcode to find one near you.
  5. Even the top golfers need to keep their bodies fit and healthy to achieve their maximum performance. We’ve put together a programme that you can do from home or anywhere else that suits your schedule to help you reach your fullest potential. LET rookie professional Georgia Hall demonstrates her own personalised guide which requires limited equipment, is simple to begin and easy to incorporate into a daily routine. To read the full article click here.