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What happens to Welsh Golf after the Ryder Cup?

12.15am 6th October 2010 - Management Topics

Golf Development Wales was established as a result of Wales’ successful Ryder Cup Bid and focuses on encouraging more people especially women and children to take up the sport. GDW is a strategic partnership between the Golf Union of Wales, the Golf Foundation and the Sports Council for Wales. It is also supported by Ryder Cup Wales 2010 Ltd and The Professional Golfers Association.

Golf Development Wales, facilitates the growth and health of the sport via a number of initiatives outlined in its strategy called d3:

develop the golfer, develop the person, develop the sport.

Children and staff from Tynewydd Primary School enjoying Practice Day at the Ryder Cup

Key Successes

The aim was for the Ryder Cup to change the face of Welsh golf for a generation. Here are some key successes since Golf Development Wales, the development arm of the Golf Union Wales, was launched.

What happens next?

Golf Development Wales

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