A celebration, in April, of the Sikh New Year, the Spring Harvest festival and the formation of the Khalsa
Commemorating the India’s independence from the British Empire on 15 August 1947
Between October and November, we celebrate the festival of Light and the release from imprisonment of the Sixth Sikh Guru Hargobind Ji
A Black Tie Charity Ball usually at a venue in West London
What we do
The Sikh Golf Society of Great Britain aims raise money for good causes and to promote golfing within its membership whilst participating in great social events.
It encourages its members to improve their golf and to learn the official rules. Members are further encouraged to familiarise themselves with golf etiquette and to play an active role in the wider golfing fraternity.
Our members span all ages and standards from single handicappers to complete beginners. Society competitions are held through out the country and are set up to encourage golfers of all levels to participate. Players are handicapped to level the playing field.
We host several annual competitions including a Vasakhi Cup and Diwali competition.
We also arrange a number of social activities where members can discuss matters away form golf courses.
Come along, improve your golf and make new friends.
Improve your game
Meet new people and cement old relationships
Participate in great social events