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Women in golf charter

Mytton Fold Golf Club are pleased to announce they have committed to the England Golf and the R&A initiative Women in Golf.

Please see below our charter.

Thanks to Ruth Donald for being our Charter Champion.

The R&A Women in Golf Charter

A commitment to a more inclusive culture within golf


We, MYTTON FOLD GOLF CLUB call on everyone involved in golf to play their part in developing a culture that values women’s involvement in every aspect of the sport, from participating to pursuing a career.


Ø  Our aim is to increase the number of women and girls playing and working in golf.

Ø  To achieve this goal and to enable women to flourish throughout golf, we recognise the need for a fundamental shift in culture. There is a clear ethical need for change and the potential economic benefits of growing the sport through more women and girls playing are substantial.

Ø  The R&A commits to playing a leading role in this process and to working with affiliates, partners and the wider golf industry towards achieving this goal.

Ø  In signing this Charter, we MYTTON FOLD GOLF CLUB commit to making tangible efforts to develop a welcoming and inspiring environment for women. We will do more to attract women into golf, to remain, and to have rewarding careers.


The Charter:

Ø  Is a statement of intent from the golf industry and MYTTON FOLD GOLF CLUB, to unite and to focus gender balance at all levels

Ø  Commits us all to supporting measures to increase the number of women, girls and families playing golf

Ø  Calls for positive action to encourage women to pursue careers in all areas of the sport

Ø  Recognises the need for change that creates an inclusive environment within golf and our golf club


Signatories commit to activate this Charter by:

Ø  Developing and implementing an internal strategy for enhancing gender balance at every level

Ø  Establishing senior management responsibility and accountability for gender balance and inclusion, which is discussed and reviewed at committee/board level with MYTTON FOLD GOLF CLUB

Ø  Strongly advocating more women and girls playing and working in golf.

Ø  Working with key stakeholders to develop and embed a more inclusive culture.

Ø  Promoting the Charter and our goal of encouraging more women and girls to play golf and work in golf.


How we at MYTTON FOLD GOLF CLUB GC Plan to achieve this. We will

➢ Maintain 40% female representation on our members committee by actively promoting these positions linked to appropriate role descriptors that are not gender specific

➢ Deliver a minimum number of 2 initiatives each year targeting women/girls and families that are aligned with key England Golf campaigns

➢ Formally promote inclusion to the wider community via the club website, social media accounts and local community groups

➢ Make the course more accessible to new golfers and those of greater years who struggle with the severity of some holes.

➢ Promote a membership pathway, for women/girls and families to progress within the club

➢ Promote competitive golf with members who have time constants on them

➢ Encourage junior girls to start playing golf

➢ Have designated Champions/Mentors within the club who can assist and support new participants and members

Signed on Behalf of MYTTON FOLD GOLF CLUB:


Club Manager/Secretary: Carole Maher                                                                Signed:

Date: 12/02/2024



Charter Champion: Ruth Donald                                                                              Signed:



These objectives will be embedded into the club business plan and reviewed on an annual basis, to ensure that this inclusive commitment remains robust.

Please see the PDF below for the commitments we have made 





Women on Par Event 2022
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Women on Par Texas Scramble 29th June 2022 


Ladies from Mytton Fold GC, including our new and less experienced members, took up the challenges of game play and etiquette for our Women on Par evening. Two teams of 3 played in a Texas Scramble over 6 holes and it was our newer member that hit the 18th green with one shot! The golf match was followed by cheese and biscuits and a refreshing Slingsby Gin & Tonic; an entertaining and informative evening of golf.  

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