"A Transnational Collaborative Partnership on Sport, Health and Participation"

Introduction

Led by the European Golf Association (EGA), the transnational GoGolf Europe partnership brings together a mix of stakeholders with a diverse set of skills and perspectives. It includes the National Golf Federations from five European countries: the Czech Republic, Estonia, France, the Netherlands and Portugal, alongside the PGAs of Europe, the European Observatoire of Sport and Employment (EOSE) and the University of St Andrews. 

European Golf Association

 

 

 

European Golf Association
Höhenhof
Senningerberg
Luxembourg
Email: info@gogolfeurope.eu
Website: http://www.gogolfeurope.eu

Partner Czech Golf Federation

 

 

 

Czech Golf Federation
Erpet Golf Center
Strakonickà 2860
150 00 Praha 5 - Smichov
Czech Republic
Email: cgf@cgf.cz
Website: http://www.cgf.cz/

Estonian Golf Association

 

 

 

Estonian Golf Association
Audentese Spordikeskus Tondi 84
11316 Tallinn
Estonia
Email: piret@golf.ee
Website: http://www.golf.ee/

Fédération Française de Golf

 

 

 

Fédération Française de Golf
68 Rue Anatole France
92309 Levallois-Perret Cedex
France
Email: ffgolf@ffgolf.org
Website: http://www.ffgolf.org/

Koninklijke Nederlandse Golf Federatie

 

 

 

Koninklijke Nederlandse Golf Federatie 
P.O. Box 8585
3503 Utrecht
Netherlands
Email: golf@ngf.nl
Website: http://www.golf.nl/ngf

Federação Portuguesa de Golfe

 

 

 

Federação Portuguesa de Golfe 
Av. das Tulipas
Edificio Miraflores 17 andar
1495-161 Alges
Portugal
Email: fpg@fpg.pt
Website: http://www.fpg.pt

PGAs of Europe

 

 

 

PGAs of Europe
Hunters Lodge
The Belfry, Tamworth Road
Wishaw, West Midlands
B76 9PS
United Kingdom
Email: info@pgae.com
Website: http://www.pgae.com/

European Observatoire of Sport and Employment

 

 

 

 

European Observatoire of Sport and Employment (EOSE)
1, Grande rue des Feuillants
69001 Lyon
France
Email: eosesec@eose.org
Website: http://eose.eu/

University of St Andrews

 

 

 

University of St Andrews
College Gate
North Street
St Andrews
Fife KY16 9AJ
United Kingdom
Website: https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/

Expert Advisory Board

A GoGolf Europe Expert Advisory Board (EAB) which brings together stakeholders from different community-based angles such as gender, youth, disability and sport for all has been constituted to provide advice and strategic input to the project on widening participation and engaging with different groups. This group includes the R&A, the European Tour and the European Disabled Golf Association (EDGA), the Golf Foundation’s Golf and Health Project, the Gender Hub, Think Young, the Trim and Fitness International Sport for All Association (TAFISA).

Partners

Czech Golf Federation
Estonian Golf Association
Fédération Française de Golf
Koninklijke Nederlandse Golf Federatie
Portuguese Golf Federation
PGAs of Europe
University of St Andrews
European Observatoire of Sport and Employment