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Now that you have joined a group, we'll show you how to register yourself as attending an event. At the moment we are operating a policy of trust and a pay-as-you-go system. We trust that if you have registered your attendance to join us you will be taking part in the event you have selected, unless you inform us otherwise. In two simple steps, here's how you register for an event.

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Watch Kaddy's story below, about her brief encounter with golf, through friends, and thoughts on attending FORE! WOMEN's golf morning on Wed 11th June at Marriott Tudor Park. She's looking forward to meeting you, having fun and enjoying a social get together with you and others who may consider themselves non-sporty, just like her. And seeing if golf is a game that she, and you, could play.

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Wednesday, 03 April 2013 09:34

Abbotsley Golf Hotel

Abbotsley Golf Hotel is the teaching base of Christine Langford, a former Ladies European Tour (LET) player and now a highly reputable coach. The delightful golf courses at Abbotsley were both designed by Vivien Saunders, OBE a former British Women’s Open Champion and proprietor of Abbotsley. Together with Hotel Manager, Helen Lavis (6 handicap), Viv and Chris ensure that women golfers are exceptionally well catered for. Abbotsley is situated near the historic town of St Neots, just minutes from the A1 and within 20 minutes of Cambridge.

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Sunday, 17 February 2013 00:00

Women golfers hit high satisfaction rates

According to Women's Sport and Fitness Foundation, Golf Factsheet March 2011, 'Golf is the 11th most popular activity for women' and 'female golfers rank fourth out of 42 sports for overall satisfaction with their golf experience. Women are equally satisfied in golf as they are in sport overall. The average length a woman participates in golf is 10 years. Almost 80% of women have regularly participated in golf or increased it in the last 12 months. And a massive 92% of women are looking to continue participating at the same rate or are even considering increasing it. Over the past 12 months, the figures show that women are less satisfied overall with their golfing experience but they are still slightly happier than male golfers.

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