CGF is the official governing body for golf in Cyprus. It was formally established in 2000 and is registered with the Cyprus Sports Organisation (KOA) and the Cyprus Olympic Committee (KOE).
The CGF is a member of the International Golf Federation (IGF), the European Golf Association (EGA) and is associated with the R&A.
Since 2008 all golf courses affiliated to CGF Member Clubs in Cyprus have been course rated according to the USGA course rating system. As of June 8, 2020, CGF adopted the World Handicap System (WHS), making Cyprus one of the earlier adopters of the system within Europe.
Golf is still a relatively new sport here. However, a small number of excellent courses are operating and more are planned, to meet both growing on-island demand and the requirements of quality tourism.
Given the sport's worldwide popularity and continuing growth, there is absolutely no doubt that it will continue to develop and thrive here to the benefit not only of golfers, but of the Cyprus economy as a whole.
We, at the Cyprus Golf Federation are determined to play our part in this process. We hope this site will tell you all you need to know about us and golf in Cyprus.
The CGF Mission Statement is derived from our Constitution:
The primary objectives of the CGF are to promote, administer and encourage amateur golf in Cyprus.
In support of these objectives, CGF responsibilities are to:
To Whom it May Concern:
For legal purposes, the original CGF constitution has been drawn up in Greek, however an English translation has likewise been prepared.
To download either, please click on: GREEK VERSION / ENGLISH VERSION (Both are PDF files)