Kent Golf Union

The Role of a Club Delegate


This is an important role and the key objective is to ensure effective two‐way communications between England Golf/Kent Golf Union and Club.

To represent the Club’s views at the County Delegates’ meetings.

To be responsible for disseminating at his Club all England Golf and County                 correspondence.


1              Advise the County of changes of the name and contact details of the Club Delegate to ensure continuity of communication.

2              Ensure that all correspondence from England Golf and Kent Golf Union is dealt with in the appropriate manner at the Club, and the club are fully aware of this correspondence.

3              Attend a County Delegate Meetings when called or, if unavailable, arrange for representation from the Club.

4              Attend and represent the views of their Club at the County Delegates meetings and vote on behalf of the Club, as required.

5              Report to their Club’s male members (by section or as a whole) on England Golf and Kent Golf Union matters.

6              If required, attend and/or assist at England Golf and County events held at their Club or in the County.

7              Encourage members to participate in England Golf and County events.


• The Delegate should have experience in golf and be enthusiastic about promoting England Golf and the County

• They should be able to relate to people and be prepared to help new members

• They should be able to attend their Club regularly to enable correspondence to be kept up to date.

• They should be IT literate and have email access

SELECTION:  The Club Delegate is appointed by the Club.

TERM OF OFFICE:  Ideally three year’s minimum, maximum five years

EXPENSES:  At the discretion of the appointing Club

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