At Golf in Society we specialise in transforming the lives of our ageing population by introducing them to the wonderful game of golf. Here’s an insight into the difference we make.
What We Do
We put golf at the heart of local communities, by delivering tailored golf sessions for those living with chronic illnesses like Dementia, Parkinson’s disease, Loneliness, Depression & many more.
Our team specialise in inspiring people living with a diagnosis to discover a happier healthier life.
No golf experience required*
At Golf in Society we create essential, regular, reliable respite for unpaid carers. We also offer carers wellbeing events.
Carers are not required to attend the golf sessions*
Our Impact in Numbers
“It brings him back to life”
“I have free time again”
Could Edith be Britain’s Oldest Golfer? We reckon one of our lovely participants, Edith Camp is Britain’s oldest golfer – at the grand age of 101. She regularly joins our hour-long golf sessions at Newton House Care Home in EastContinue reading “Edith – Britain’s Oldest Golfer”
As part of the UKRI Healthy Ageing Challenge, we are continuing our expansion of dementia & age friendly golf venues further across the UK, venturing into the red rose county of Lancashire. We are happy to announce that in partnershipContinue reading “Dementia & Age Friendly Golf Sessions Launching in the Red Rose County.”
How The Golf Industry Can Collaborate To Transform Lives Maggie McKay Operations & Development Coordinator at Golf in Society talks about how the golf industry and other stakeholders can transform lives of our seniors living with the challenges of longer living.Continue reading “Togetherness”