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Walkers back women golfers

Tuesday 28 March 2023

Walkers back women golfers

Tuesday 28 March 2023

Walkers has signed a sponsorship deal with the Guernsey Women’s Golf Development Squad to support more opportunities for on and off island training and competitions.

The 2023 season is underway with Walkers – based at Helvetia Court - committing to support and sponsor the group for the next three years.

Matt Sanders, Walkers' Managing Partner in Guernsey, said: "We are delighted to be supporting this growing group which provides support and training for female players of all ages and abilities. 

"As we continue to grow, we are mindful of the need to have an impact on the wider community here in Guernsey, and we look forward to helping the Guernsey Women's Golf Development Squad achieve its bold goals for raising the profile and accessibility of the sport in the island." 


Pictured (L-R): Victoria Tailby; Senior Business Development Manager, and Ilona Iordache; Business Development & Marketing Executive, Guernsey Women’s Golf Development Squad members: Helen Banks, Ali Brown, RGGC Pro - Phil Sykes, squad member Mary Bate, Angela Goddard (GWGDS Chair), Ronnie and Harrison pros at RGGC.

The Squad was set up bgolfer, Angela Goddard, who wanted to nurture and develop female golfers in the island to compete at inter-insular level and beyond. There are over 50 regular players in the GWGDS. 

She said Walkers' support will provide members with a lot more opportunities.   

“Now in our fifth year, the squad has evolved and learnt each year what is required to help grow the female game here in the island, she said. 

For more information about the Guernsey Women’s Golf Development Squad go to 

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