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  • LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND - Since the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, the IGF has been fully supportive and in solidarity with our Ukrainian athletes. We empathise with the hardship and suffering that all Ukrainian athletes are experiencing due to this senseless war. 
  • LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND - The International Golf Federation is extremely disappointed with the International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) decision to not include golf on the sport programme for the LA2028 Paralympic Games. The IGF’s bid, we believe presented a compelling argument on the immense benefits and contributions that golf’s inclusion can bring to the Paralympic Games, as illustrated at the two tremendously successful Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
  • The key dates to know for the sport’s biggest, best events By Helen Ross Hollywood couldn’t have scripted a better ending to the pandemic-delayed 2020 Olympic Games than Hideki Matsuyama battling Xander Schauffele down the stretch for gold medal at Japan’s Kasumigaseki Country Club. Granted, the host nation’s favorite son—and reigning Masters champion—couldn’t quite take down the American.
  • DP World Tour CEO Keith Pelley elected as Chairman, World Golf Hall of Fame Member Annika Sörenstam reelected as President LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND – Following an International Golf Federation (IGF) Board Meeting conducted on Wednesday, 7 December, 2023, the IGF is pleased to announce that DP World Tour CEO Keith Pelley has been elected as the new Chairman, while World Golf Hall of Fame Member Annika Sörenstam was reelected as the President. “We are grateful for the leadership of Keith Pelley and Annika Sörenstam as we continue to encourage the international development of the sport of golf,” said IGF Executive Director Antony Scanlon.
  • 21 November 2022 - The 2022 Fortinet Australian PGA Championship week is underway, with an Olympian and the defending champion kicking it off with the burying of a time capsule 10 years out from the 2032 Brisbane Olympic Games. Two proud Queenslanders, the 2021 champion Jed Morgan and veteran Scott Hend did the honours, burying the capsule containing some of their golfing memorabilia including gloves, signed balls and a golf hat, as well as letters of encouragement for the competitors in 2032 when the Olympic Games golf comes to Royal Queensland.
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  • When: 3 September 2022 What: 32nd World Amateur Team Championship for the Eisenhower Trophy Where: Le Golf National (Albatross) and Golf de Saint-Nom-La-Bretèche (Red), Paris, France Rapid Recap: Teenager Marco Florioli’s bogey-free 6-under-par 66 and a 3-under 68 from Pietro Bovari led Italy to the gold medal in the World Amateur Team Championship Saturday at Le Golf National. It was the country’s first medal in 32 WATC appearances.
  • When: 27 August 2022 What: 29th Women’s World Amateur Team Championship for the Espirito Santo Trophy Where: Le Golf National (Albatross) and Golf de Saint-Nom-La-Bretèche (Red), Paris, France Rapid Recap: Sweden won the Espirito Santo Trophy for the third time on a tiebreaker over the hard-charging USA at the 29th Women’s World Amateur Team Championship at Golf de Saint-Nom-La-Bretèche on Saturday. The Swedes and Americans tied at 13-under par 559 but after comparing non-counting scores, a 1-over-par 73 from Sweden’s Louise Rydqvist was one stroke better than Rachel Kuehn’s 74 giving Sweden the gold medal and the USA the silver.
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