The Commonwealth Games are an international multi-sport event, held every four years, amongst athletes from the Commonwealth of Nations. Often referred to as the 'Friendly Games', the event is renowned for inspiring athletes to compete in the spirit of friendship and fair play. The Games were first held in 1930 with 11 countries and 400 athletes participating and have grown to include men and women from 72 nations and territories.
Golf will make its Commonwealth Games debut at the Victoria 2026 Commonwealth Games in Australia from 17-29 March 2026. The sports programme includes 20 sports and 26 disciplines, including nine fully integrated Para sports.
Further information can be found on the Commonwealth Games Federation's website.