The Gloucestershire Golf Union (GGU) was originally founded in 1906 and exists to represent male golfers in the county and to promote the game of golf.
The GGU is the link with England Golf which has many responsibilities, not least the development and application of the World Handicapping System (WHS).
Apart from acting as the link between England Golf and the forty affiliated clubs, the GGU does a great deal including;
Organising championships and tournaments including championships for Juniors, Foursomes, Seniors as well as a County Championship held each year.
Promoting members’ association golf days - held three times a year.
The GGU County Card - allowing significantly reduced fees for playing at over 1,000 clubs across England and Wales.