The Chartered Accountants Golfing Society (CAGS) is looking for new members ‘to increase diversity and enjoy the networking and mental health benefits of the sport’.
At 125 years old CAGS is one of the oldest golf societies, and recently celebrated its birthday in style with a match and lunch at The Berkshire Golf Club. ICAEW President Julia Penny was one of the players present – well she had to give the speech later!
Founded in 1898 the society has 400 members, but wants to attract newcomers, particularly women and those from an ethnic minority, so it can reflect the diversity of the profession today.
With membership at £30 per year, or £300 for life, joining CAGS is an affordable way to access these benefits, as well as the chance to play on some of the highest-regarded golf courses in England and beyond. Membership is open to all ICAEW members who have an official golf handicap.