As a County Golf Union we record personal details on our computer to enable us to communicate with people interested in the game of golf. These details will only be used to run the county golf scene in a manner which is deemed lawful and necessary for that purpose. Such details will not be passed on to third parties except to national governing bodies of the sport of golf. We will use this information to market new initiatives and to inform affiliated members of activities in the region. Any details no longer appropriate or used will be removed within a reasonable timescale. Permitted access to the files available will be reviewed on a regular basis.
If any affiliated member wishes to have his/her name removed , they may opt out by writing to this effect to the County Secretary.
What personal information does the Cumbria Union of Golf Clubs collect about the affiliated golfer?
The CUGC collects the following personal information from affiliated golfers:-
Name and contact details, such as address, email and phone number.
Payment details, such as credit card and purchase history.
Details of golfers visits to the County Web Site and other information provided.
To fulfil the CUGC’s statutory and fiduciary obligations and to run competitions.
How does the Union use golfer’s personal information?
The Union uses this information for the following purposes:-
To operate the County Union and provide golfers with booking, event management and other services they request.
For internal Union record keeping
Providing the golfer gives consent, to send golfers promotional emails about special offers and other membership benefits which they may find interesting.
Providing the Golfer gives consent, to contact the Golfer for market research purposes to ask about new products or services which may be offered in the future.
Does the Union share your personal information with third parties?
The Union will not share Golfer’s personal information without consent, except:
Where it is necessary to share with a service provider in order to provide Golfers with services they have requested, such as booking tee times, customer support or marketing
To share it with trusted business partners for the purposes of conducting data analytics or market research on an aggregated or anonymised basis.
Where the Union has a legal obligation to disclose this information (such as responding to a court order) to protect the Union’s legal rights or to prevent fraud or illegal activity.
When information is no longer relevant or appropriate, it will be removed in a timely manner.