Downloads and Forms
- Tournament entry form
- Coaching course entry form
- National Inter-Club events entry form (DOC), (Inter-Club entry form PDF)
- All-England handicap tournament entry form, (All-England entry form PDF)
- Selection event availability Form, (selection availability PDF)
Nomination and Award Forms
- Townsend, Apps Heley and Millennium Club Awards
- Merit Award Form, or read about the Merit Award Scheme.
Coach Assessment Forms
- Grade 1 Coach Assessment Form
- Grade 2 Coach Assessment Form
- Grade 3 Coach Assessment Form
- Golf Coach Assessment Form
- Join online
- Membership Subscription form (UK)
- Membership Subscription form (overseas)
- Direct debit form (note PDF only because banks insist on a particular format)
Grants, Loans, Bursaries and Expenses
- Development Aid Application Form and guidelines (.rtf) (.doc) (.pdf)
- CA Bursary Scheme
- CA Mentoring Scheme - links up-and-comers with leading players
- Court and Equipment Hire (lawn hire).
- Guidelines for Players' Expenses.
- Committee Expenses.
Bidding for Events
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- Council and Committees:
- Tournament management/reporting:
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