The clubgolf programme was launched in 2003 to fulfil the Scottish Government’s promise to provide every child in Scotland with an opportunity to experience golf, part of Scotland’s commitment to the game which formed part of the successful bid to host the 2014 Ryder Cup.
The introductory game firstclubgolf is now well established across the country, and provides children with an opportunity to experience golf in primary school.
You can find out more about Clubgolf here.
Kate Green joined East Lothian Council’s Sports Development Team in August 2004. An Aberdeen University Economics and Management Graduate, she spent the first 4 years of her career as an Advertising Agency Representative for The Scotsman and Business am newspapers. Kate also worked for the YMCA in Chicago, was a Marketing Officer for North County Soccer Club in San Diego and while on a work travel post university year out worked as a swimming teacher.
Kate started playing golf at a young age at Bridge of Allan Golf Club. She was Lady Club Champion in 1993 and 1995 and currently has a handicap of 8.
Kate’s role as Junior Golf Coordinator allows her to combine her degree skills and work experience with her interest in the sport.
You can find out more about Kate and sports development in East Lothian here.
Facebook – keep in touch with junior golf in East Lothian on their Facebook page here.