The Group brings together Members of the House of Lords and the House of Commons with the singular purpose to support the sport of golf.
The Group will meets regularly when Parliament is sitting to discuss issues that are important to the sport and to hear from those that work within golf at all levels.
From 3 May to 8 June 2017, All-Party Parliamentary Groups must not be active. Parliamentary rules prohibit groups from making public comment, holding events, undertaking research or issuing communications. While the House of Commons is dissolved, there are no Members of Parliament, and the All-Party Parliamentary Golf Group has no status as an All-Party Parliamentary Group.
The Group will be reconstituted as soon as possible following the election, to continue its work to support golf.
Open to All
Any individual, club, or other organisation – commercial or otherwise – may join the Group as an Associate Member. Associate Members pay an annual subscription and must adhere to the Group’s constitution.