Governing body for golf in England.

Disciplinary Officer

Job Description

Applications closed: 
May 30, 2023
Posted on: 
May 3, 2023

Benefits: employee assistance programme, private healthcare and/or health cash plan, 3x salary life assurance, enhanced pension and family policies, golf benefits, discount platform and up to 36 days annual leave (includes bank holidays and company days)

We passionately believe that golf belongs to everyone. All who play, and all who aspire to play, must have an equal opportunity to do so.

An exciting new opportunity has arisen to join our Legal and Governance team as the Disciplinary Officer. Our Legal and Governance team support across the organisation with this role being an important part of the support provided to individual members, club and county level.

The post is full-time (Monday – Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm core hours) and based at our headquarters in Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire and some travel may be required. We offer a hybrid working arrangement (three days in office and two from home) following a successful probation period.

As the national governing body for amateur golf, we work at the heart of golf in England, supporting and empowering a thriving community of players, counties and clubs to get the most out of the game we love.  We value being Inclusive, Honest, Responsible, Excellent and Supportive.

You can download the full advert and role description via the link below. To apply please complete the online application process (no CVs please).


You will manage, advise and handle queries from individuals, clubs and counties on disciplinary matters affecting golf and working with the Governance team to advise on the scope of the disciplinary framework and matters referred to the team. This role will also work with our Club Support team to provide guidance on matters arising at club and county level. This is a vital role to ensure that we meet our own governance standards and that of the Code for Sports Governance, continuing our work to ensure that golf is a safe, fair and equitable sport for all.

Job Requirements

We are looking for someone who has:

  • A good level of education
  • Wide understanding of English law and legal system.
  • Organised with excellent written and spoken communication skills.
  • The ability to analyse and distribute information.
  • A high level of integrity and trust, with the ability to deal with sensitive and confidential matters.
  • Excellent attention to detail and accuracy.

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