Looking to stay active at home? Keep your golf game in shape? Have some fun with your family?
In these uncertain and challenging times of the coronavirus, your regular golfing routines have been disrupted but that doesn’t mean you need to stop playing completely.
Recently, The R&A promoted the #GolfAtHome campaign as an activity to help give golfers a focus, keep busy … and have some fun on social media.
Help us to continue to inspire the golfing world in the coming weeks by sharing your photos and videos of you or your family practicing golf at home or in the garden, provided it is in a safe and responsible manner.
Achieved a brilliant garden chip shot? The perfect putt across the living room floor? Made your family laugh with a funny routine? Let us know and share your content.
We have seen some great action already, with club golfers, elite amateurs, golf broadcasters and top professionals all getting involved so far.
These include two-time Open champion golfer Pádraig Harrington, Stewart Harris from Wales Golf, golf broadcaster Iona Stephen and England Golf U-18 Girls National Squad player Lottie Woad.
Indoor or outdoor garden practice can be both fun and rewarding at this time. In fact, this might just be the opportunity to make those lasting improvements to your game you’ve had your eye on for some time.
Or for beginners or those looking to get into golf, why not pick up a club and show us your skills?
Can you help us with The R&A’s #GolfAtHome campaign?
All you have to do is tag The R&A on social media and use the hashtag #GolfAtHome so we can share your content. We look forward to posting and retweeting the best, so keep them coming.
Thanks for getting involved in #GolfAtHome.
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