Date: June 02, 2017
Author: Golf Australia

Bringing team spirit to golf

Golf Premier League interest is surging around Australia with 24 clubs and 40 leagues already in play this year.

Perth’s Mount Lawley Golf Club continues to be a huge champion of Golf Premier League, with its competition elevating club camaraderie and sportsmanship. Armadale Golf Club is also flying the Golf Premier League flag in Western Australia.

The spirit of regular team golf has also come to 2017 ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open host club Royal Adelaide, which has joined Sandy Creek and fellow Adelaide sandbelt clubs Kooyonga and Glenelg in taking advantage of the Golf Premier League technology and administrative support to run a successful competition.

Muirfield Golf Club in New South Wales is a new addition to the Golf Premier League stable, while 17 clubs in Victoria, including Northern and Huntingdale, continue their participation having benefited from this fantastic initiative in previous years.

In an exciting new development, a trial competition is now available. This enables clubs to taste the Golf Premier League experience first-hand for three weeks without any obligation to continue.

The trial competition gives players the chance to touch and feel all parts of the unique team experience, while the club can experience the simplicity and automation of the behind-the-scenes processes. It’s also a great chance to identify the Golf Premier League advocates within the club, who will create the energy and momentum that have already transformed life at so many clubs.

For further information on Golf Premier League and to put some team spirit into your club, check out this introductory video or visit .