We are on a mission to grow the game of golf – and the only way we can achieve this is by inspiring more people to play. Too many people think they won’t fit in on the course and we want to change that perception by encouraging everyone from all walks of life that golf is a sport that is fun and for everyone.

We are thrilled to announce our Game Changers campaign, celebrating a new generation of golfing trailblazers who are breaking boundaries and opening up the game to new audiences.

Committed to driving inclusivity, these 'Game Changers' are the fearless fairway pioneers who are challenging preconceptions of what a typical golfer is and showing that golf is limitless. As golf continues to evolve, we’re determined to help accelerate change, by supporting the individuals and organisations that are passionate about growing the sport.

Throughout the year, we will be working with our Game Changers (and others) to champion and sponsor their fantastic initiatives and causes.

To celebrate the launch of the campaign, we’re offering 10% off all package sets online to encourage beginners to get into golf. Use code ‘GAMECHANGERS10’ at the online checkout to redeem.

Check out the stories of our Game Changers below and hear how they’ve tackled adversity and why they love the game of golf.

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Mandi Large

B2 Golfer with less than 5% vision

Take a look at the incredible work England and Wales Blind Golf do to support the blind and visually impaired golf community.

Ray Nyabola

Founder of Black British Golfers

Take a look at the work the society is doing to increase golf participation in underrepresented communities and get involved with their events.

George Blackshaw

Double amputee golfer

George takes part in various disability golf events including playing on the European Disabled Golf Association (EDGA) tour in numerous different tournaments across Europe, representing England in the Disability Nations Cup 2022 and twice participating in the G4D Open ran by the R&A and DP World Tour.

Follow George's journey on his Instagram Anyone looking to get involved with disability golf can follow @edga_golf

Gracie Gudgin and George Hughes

Junior Golfer

George is attempting to raise £100,000 for the Freeman Heart and Lung Transplant Association by playing 9 holes on 5 different courses in 5 different countries in 24 hours. The challenge will take place on 20th June and is dedicated to George's dad, Dave, who sadly passed away from heart transplant complications. Follow his progress via his Just Giving page.

Follow Gracie's journey on her Instagram
Yvonne Brooke

Yvonne Brooke

Founder Ladies Golf Lounge

Ladies can join the ever growing Ladies Golf Lounge community on Facebook

Follow Ladies Golf Lounge on Facebook
Beef Johnston

Beef Johnston

DP World Tour Professional Golfer

Follow Beef's golfing journey on his Instagram channel