From Golf Monthly online:
'The #ThisGirlGolfs video campaign has been launched this week
to inspire women to take up the sport.
The campaign is part of England Golf and The PGA's 'Raising Our
Game' strategy, with the intention being to increase the number of
people who play golf and to address falling membership numbers.
David Joy, CEO of England Golf, said: "We are aware, like many
other sports, golf faces some issues.
"There are significant trends in declining participation at all
levels that we can't ignore."
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#ThisGirlGolfs video and find out more info here
Women and girls of all ages are featured in the video, also
supported by the Scottish Golf Union, including professional
golfers Charley Hull and Henni Zuël and BBC Breakfast presenter
The video features 12 different instances of women enjoying
golf, including a girl travelling on the tube with her clubs, two
girls on the driving range and a father teaching his daughter how
Hull said: "It's been great to be part of ThisGirlGolfs. I hope
it will encourage girls to head down to their local driving range
or golf club and give it a go."
Inspired by the This Girl Can campaign, the video has been
released ahead of the
Ricoh Women's British Open at
Sandy Jones, CEO of The PGA said: "This is actually a great
opportunity to both raise the profile of golf, break down myths and
misconceptions and to actively encourage women of all ages to see
golf as a realistic choice."'