Everyone should be able to enjoy golf in a safe environment. For 2023 we have met the standards set by England Golf to Safeguard the welfare of children and young people, as well as adults at risk, ensuring that all people have a fun, safe and positive experience in the sport of Golf.
To discuss any welfare issues please contact us immediately via
See the job description and various roles of the Kent Golf Welfare Officer here.
As part of Kent Golf's Safeguarding Policy & Procedures we require certain documentation to be completed before allowing any child to play in a County Match, Event or Competition or to participate in any open day or training.
Annual Junior Player Profile & Consent Form - valid from 1 September to 31 August and has to be renewed annually.
Parents and their children should read the following documents:
Find a list of SafeGolf Accredited PGA Professionals by following this link. The list is updated at the start of each month.
Kent Golf is committed to creating and maintaining a safe and positive environment for all individuals involved in golf. Safeguarding duties apply to an adult who:
Safeguarding Adults: Policy and Procedures Pack