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Volvik is quickly becoming one of the most significant and trusted golf ball manufacturers in the world and its image, which brings colour and vibrancy to the game aligns perfectly with the ALPG brand. The success that women professionals are having using the Volvik golf ball worldwide makes the ALPG proud to endorse it. This agreement will see Volvik support not only our playing professionals, but also our teaching professionals The partnership will see Volvik involved in all areas of the ALPG operations, not only will they be known as the official ball of the organisation, they will also be providing product to all amateurs and professionals participating in the ALPG Club Car Series, as well being involved in the ActewAGL Next Generation Club. Volvik have also offered a number player incentives which have been split into three categories relating to player performances during the Club Car Series. These categories are: 1. The leading ALPG rookie 2. The leading ALPG member who does not have a card on either the LPGA, Ladies European Tour (LET), JLPGAor Symetra tours in 2014 3. Leading ALPG member who has playing status on either the LPGA, JLPGA, Symetra or LET tours. Volvik already enjoys a strong presence in women’s professional golf with their involvement in the LPGA and Symetra Tours, along with sponsoring several top players including Australia’s own Lindsey Wright.

Club Car Series

Club Car SeriesClub Car have been a partner of the ALPG since the inception of the ALPG Club Car series back in 2006. The club car series runs across a number of pro-ams as well as the Bing Lee Fujitsu General NSW Open and the Oates Victorian Open. Players are awarded points for each event based on their performance. Link to About Club Car Club Car is the world’s largest manufacturer of small-wheel, zero-emissions electric vehicles, and is recognised as an innovation leader in the industry. Club Car’s Visage Mobile Golf Information system is the latest in a long line of technical advances that improve the golfer’s experience and help courses operate more efficiently. Winners of the Club Car Series include a who’s who of the ALPG tour including Katherine Hull, Shani Waugh, Sarah Kemp and most recently in 2013 Stacey Keating.


ActewAGLActewAGL is the proud sponsor of the ActewAGL Next Generation Club and Camp. ActewAGL and our predecessors have been serving the Canberra region since 1915 when the Cotter Dam and the Kingston Power house were built to supply water and electricity to Canberra’s first locals. Today, we employ over 800 people and supply over 180,000 electricity customers through one of the most reliable distribution networks in the country. We care about the region and our community and enthusiastically sponsor many sports teams, events and charities. We’re passionate about supporting women’s sport and were proud to be the sponsor of the 2014 ActewAGL Next Generation Club and the ActewAGL Next Generation Club Camp. To find out more about us visit our website

Bing Lee

Bing LeeBing Lee have been the title sponsor of the Bing Lee Fujitsu General NSW Women’s Open since its inception in 2006 and in 2014 Bing Lee became the official sponsor of the ALPG YouTube channel.

In 2015 Bing Lee, along side Delonghi Australia will be the major sponsor of the ALPG National Clinics held across Australia.

About Bing Lee-Bing Lee is an Australian family owned retailing company, with a chain of stores throughout NSW specializing in consumer electronics, household appliances, computer and telecommunication goods. Bing Lee is the largest privately held electrical retail business in New South Wales.

The R&A Working for Golf

R&A Working for Golf

Formed in 2004 and based in St Andrews, The R&A seeks to engage in and support activities that are undertaken for the benefit of the game of golf and, despite deriving its name from the members’ club, is separate and distinct from The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews.

The R&A organises The Open, golf’s oldest Major, along with a number of other amateur and junior events, some of which are sanctioned by other golfing bodies. In addition, The R&A assumes responsibility for the administration of the Rules of Golf with the consent of 152 organisations from the amateur and professional game, and on behalf of over 30 million golfers in 138 countries throughout Europe, Africa, Asia-Pacific and the Americas.

The R&A Rules Department also incorporates an Equipment Standards division, a team of scientists who, through rigorous state-of-the-art testing, assess new developments in golf technology, as well as ensuring that new club and ball submissions from manufacturers conform to the Rules of the game.

By staging The Open, one of the world’s great sporting events, each year, The R&A is able to distribute a substantial annual surplus for the development of the game. Particular emphasis is placed on encouraging junior golf, on the promotion and progression of the game in emerging golfing nations, on coaching and on the provision of more public courses and improved practice facilities.

The R&A also provides best practice guidance on all aspects of golf course management, to help grow golf throughout the world in a commercially and environmentally sustainable way.

From 2014 The R&A will support ALPG's initiatives The ActewAGL Next Generation Club and the 2015 ALPG National Clinics.

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