If you’re ready to step up from being a casual player, but you’re not quite ready to join a golf club we’ve found the perfect solution!
Whether you’re burning to play competitively or you simply love playing the game, Golf Queensland’s all new iGolf program provides an easy introduction to playing competitively, whilst giving you the opportunity to meet like-minded golf lovers through access and invitations to exciting events.
You’ll also get a chance to sample some of the benefits of membership at a selection of great golf clubs.
Golf is not just about sport!
It provides the community with opportunities to learn key core life skills including honesty, integrity, sportsmanship, respect, confidence, responsibility, perseverance, courtesy and judgement.
The iGolf program is designed to do just that, engaging with the casual golfer and increasing participation of the wonderful sport throughout Queensland.
The program provides a bridge for casual golfers by increasing the frequency of play, an easy start to competitive play.
“We will strive to attract, introduce and keep people in the game,” says CEO of Golf Queensland, Lindsay Ellis.
If you’ve always wanted to play, but just never had the money iGolf Queensland is a cost effective pathway that keeps you involved in the sport even when your budget is a little bit stretched.
The major driver for golfers actively participating in clubs these days is relaxation, health benefits, intrinsic satisfaction of play and opportunity for socialisation, with most of them more important than competition.
As a virtual club, iGolf Queensland will increase casual golfer’s participation, improve their experience while encouraging an active healthy lifestyle and engaging with other like-minded golfers. Sounds good doesn’t it?
No matter what age you are or your golfing ability, everyone can enjoy the game of golf and reap the benefits of a healthier lifestyle. So getting swinging with iGolf today!
For more information visit www.igolfqld.com.au
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