The UK Women's Disc Golf Association (UKWDGA)
Established in 2021 to build upon the successes of the first ever UK Women’s National Disc Golf Bag Tag League, a play anywhere any time League, and the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA) Women’s Global Events, held in England and Scotland.
The three Founder Members Zoë Winfield, Carole Findlay and Rachel Turton, have come together and created the UKWDGA, which will work towards providing a platform for the sustainable growth of disc golf for all women in UK Nations.
The UK Women’s Disc Golf Association (UKWDGA) has been formed with the idea of establishing a strong women’s disc golf community, and the desire to make a difference on how disc golf evolves in the UK, with women’s needs in mind. Run by women for women, the membership is only open to women.
While membership is only open to women, men are welcome to support us by attending activities, events and campaigns both locally and nationally.
The UKWDGA Constitution below outlines our Aims and Objectives, Membership, and how the Association will be managed until such time that members can form a quorum to facilitate the future structure of the Association.
We hope you will join us on this exciting journey and be a part of the future of women’s disc golf in the
Zoë is one of the Founder members of the UKWDGA. She is also Chair of Nottinghamshire Disc Golf Club. British FA Champion 2019 and a member of Team GB 2021 European Championships
Carole is one of the Founder members of the UKWDGA. She is also the creator of the original UK Women's National Bag Tag League, Vice President of Uplay Disc Golf and a DiscGolfUK Brand Ambassador