Our commitment at St Regulus is to embrace the R & A Women in Golf Charter by providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for girls and a pathway to develop players and their enjoyment of the game.

St Regulus’ Juniors, with a thriving membership of around 40 girls aged 8-18 years, is run by the Junior Committee, an enthusiastic team of volunteers from the Ladies section. We offer opportunities to enjoy golf on the St Andrews Links’ courses and socialise throughout the year with fun events, coaching, rules education, medal competitions and inter-club matches.

We aim to make golf accessible to all girls. If you don’t have clubs but want to try the game then we will lend you clubs and a bag and we also offer free coaching for new members. The subscription fee for Juniors is currently £43 with no entry fee. If you would like more information please contact us.


Junior Application Form


Former successful St Regulus Juniors include:

Ellen Caton: I joined St Regulus in primary 7 and started with a handicap of 54. I am really grateful for the opportunities the club has given me to develop my game, including the junior and adult medals, group training sessions and trips to different golf courses. With support from the club, I now have a handicap of 3 and some of my proudest achievements so far are winning the R&A Local Clubs’ Gold Medal in 2019 and playing in The St. Rule Trophy. In August 2021, I will be starting on a golf scholarship at the University of Indianapolis.

Lauren Whyte: I first picked up a golf club at 4 years old. St Regulus provided a great junior golf experience, excellent coaching opportunities as well as a strong competitive environment from a young age. I represented Scotland at the Under 18 and Adult level. I had the opportunity to compete in the European Team Championships, European Young Masters, Home Internationals and Australian Youth Olympic Festival (alongside current LET/LPGA star Georgia Hall). I am currently the Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator at Indiana University and enjoying the challenge and opportunity of developing the next wave of professional female golfers.