Dorset Ladies County Golf Association

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The Association was founded in 1911 by a few golf clubs who thought it would help to form a county golf association to act as a central authority for determining questions which may arise – and to promote the welfare and interests of the ladies’ amateur game in Dorset. This remains as true today as it did then, with the main objective being the promotion of the amateur game and the maintenance of the traditions and rules of the game, as defined by the Royal and Ancient Golf Club. This does not cover everything the County Association does, but we hope it helps you understand that we are here for club golfers at all levels


We hope that you find this web site useful.

If you have any queries please contact Karen Gray at

Pole dancer on 7th green

Click here for some amusement.


Click on the above and then Dorset Ladies Golf. No need to sigh up unless you want to.

Where to Golf In Dorset Useful Website  Links

Dorset County 1st Team 2018

Girl’s Golf Rocks Tour


Entry Form

Data Protection Policy May 2018

Junior Assessment Days

For all ladies who attended the County Bowmaker. A request from our County President.

Could you please check that you don’t have the President’s navy jumper. There have been no sightings of it since it was lost at Wareham on July 18th

Jane Southcombe and Harriet Teversham (Yeovil) win the South West Foursomes at Weston-super-Mare GC

11 year old Honour Johnson had a hole in one on the first at Sturminster Marshal.

Georgia Hall is the Sunday Times Young Sportswomen Women of the year more

New Team Coach For Dorset Ladies.

We were sorry to lose our Ladies’ County Coach, Scott Godfrey, this year due to increasing work and family commitments.

We are thrilled to have secured the services of Ben Christey-Clover as our Head Coach