• Summer Meeting 2017

    Summer Meeting 2017

  • Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club

    Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club

  • Walton Heath Golf Club

    Walton Heath Golf Club

  • Royal St. George's Golf Club

    Royal St. George's Golf Club

  • The Berkshire Golf Club

    The Berkshire Golf Club

  • Moor Park Golf Club

    Moor Park Golf Club

  • Hunstanton Golf Club

    Hunstanton Golf Club

Welcome to the Army Officers’ Golfing Society

Membership of The Army Officers’ Golfing Society (AOGS) is open to all Serving, Retired Commissioned Officers of the British and Commonwealth Armies, including those who served on National Service Commissions, and of the Territorial Army, Army Reserve and those serving, or who have served, on Full Time Reserve (FTRS) and Non-Regular Permanent Staff (NRPS) appointments.

Officers of Commonwealth and Allied Armies filling appointments on the permanent staff of British Army Units/Establishments, or on courses of nine months duration or more, may be admitted as Honorary Members of the Society without subscription during the period of their stay. They will be eligible to play in Society competitions during the Society’s Annual Meetings and in any Society match.

The Society has an extensive rich fixture list and plays its golf over some of the Top 100 Golf Courses in Britain. Each fixture is open to all Members of the Society and everyone is encouraged to put their name forward, regardless of their perceived ability to play the game! Each match has a designated Match Manager and he will be delighted to hear from anyone interested in playing.

The 2017 Summer meeting will be held in Kent, playing at Royal St. George’s Golf Club and Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club from Tuesday 13th June until Friday 16th June. We will be holding our AGM Wednesday 14th June after the day’s play. At this meeting we play for the main Inter Regimental trophies and a variety of Individual Trophies.

The 2017 Autumn Meeting, will be held at The Berkshire Golf Club, on Tuesday 19th September. The meeting is a one day event with the Regimental Foursomes held in the morning and Individual Competitions in the afternoon. Members are encouraged to pair up within their own regiment or corps but may enter Hors Concours with any Member should they wish.