ROYAL SIGNALS GOLF
|Key Royal Signals Golf Personalities|
|Chairman||Major (TOT) Cowie|
|Corps Secretary||Captain Nowosielski (Tel Mil – 94396 7335)|
|Team Captain||Major (TOT) Pace|
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Every Shot counts. The 3 foot putt is as important as the 300 yard drive!
It may be known as the sport of Kings, but Royal Signals Golf is open to all. Whether you’re a scratch player, or scratching the surface with a handicap of 36, as a member of The Corps you are welcome to join us.
Both male and female golfers are welcome and all play in the same competitions. Most events are open to both serving and retired soldiers and officers and competition fees are rank-ranged to encourage junior soldiers and officers.
The only pre-requisite for entry is that you hold a valid handicap (CDH number) and you must be a member of the Army Golf Association. What are you waiting for? Get in touch now via the Contact Us form below.
Playing golf can bring you some impressive health and wellbeing benefits
This increasingly popular sport is actually a powerhouse of all the core ingredients that doctors recommend for optimum physical and mental health and wellbeing. Here’s five reason how…
It’s better than a fast and furious gym session Golf burns more calories than you’d think: playing an 18-hole game of golf burns at least 900 calories. Golf also combines all the known weight-loss benefits of walking combined with the toning and muscle strengthening benefits of swinging the clubs and carrying or pulling your golf bag. During the average game of golf you can walk around five to six miles.
It brings people closer together Golf is a great way to meet new people – especially if you have recently moved into a new area or town or are travelling abroad. Wherever there’s a golf course, a host of rewarding new friendships awaits you. Friendships that are likely to flourish, thanks to the convivial atmosphere of the game itself and the ready-made social life at the clubhouse afterwards.
It helps combat stress “Golf really does tick all the boxes for things you need for optimal wellbeing,” says psychologist and coach Miriam Akhtar from www.positivepsychologytraining.co.uk . “It offers some important feel-good factors, such as an active social life and regular physical activity of the best kind – what we call ‘green exercise’ outside in nature.”
It’s good for your heart Golf’s powerful combination of stress-busting exercise, fresh air and camaraderie can help promote long term heart health.
It can help you live longer Golf’s unique combination of outdoor exercise and social interaction can help you live a longer, healthier life. Playing golf can help you live longer – and make those extra years healthier.
Corps Golf Championships 2017 – Ashley Wood GC
Corps Golf Champion 2017
We hold a series of competitions each year.
- Corps Championships Spring Meeting– May 2018 at Ashley Wood Golf Club.
- Inter-Corps Championship – July 2018 at Saunton GC.
- Corps Inter-Unit Championship – June 2018 a Lutterworth GC.
- Corps Championship Autumn Meeting – September 2018 at Trentham Park GC.