The playbook sets out The R&A’s purpose: to make golf more accessible, more appealing and more inclusive and to be responsible for upholding the traditions of golf while embracing change and breaking down barriers to progress.
The message that golf is open to all has to go out loud and clear.
“As custodians of the sport, we should be inspired to do all that we can to ensure that golf continues to thrive in 50 years’ time.”
The R&A World Golf Museum in St Andrews is open to visitors all year round. Beginning as a cabinet of curiosities in the 1800s and known as the British Golf Museum for the past 30 years, it then entered a new era in 2021 as The R&A World Golf Museum.Situated opposite The Royal and Ancient Clubhouse, visitors can explore the rich history of golf from its very beginnings up until the modern day.
The 2021 Women's Amateur Championship | Highlights
The 2021 Amateur Championship | Highlights
Annual Review | 2021
Our Annual Review includes introductions from Chief Executive Martin Slumbers, a comprehensive summary of financial results and an overview of work across our key areas, including Governance, Golf Development, Professional and Amateur Championships, Sustainability and The R&A Foundation.
Against The Grain - WHS Diaries with George Harper Jnr
Making the Grade | Life of a Student Golfer
Student Tour Series | Making The Grade
GolfIt! is The R&A’s brand new golf concept that will open in Glasgow in summer 2023. The new community-based golf and entertainment facility is located on the south bank of Hogganfield Loch, following the redevelopment of Lethamhill golf course. The vast new indoor and outdoor attraction is a new innovation and marks a significant financial investment by The R&A towards its purpose of making golf more accessible and inclusive.