It is thanks to the golf enthusiasm of American and British soldiers that golf courses were maintained and new ones built in Germany after the Second World War.
Thus, in 1963, the British Army Golf Club (BAGC) was founded. It was the first Golf Course to be built in the Paderborn region. The club was opened to German members, named "special members" (non-military), who could play at the BAGC without any restrictions.
In 1989, the Golfclub Bad Lippspringe was founded as a club within the club itself, this enables the German members can participate in the tournaments of the German Golf Association (DGV).
When the BAGC joined the DGV, there was no longer any need for the Golfclub Bad Lippspringe, so in 2009 it was transformed into the Förderverein Golfjugend Bad Lippspringe e.V.
The task of the Förderverein is to introduce children and young people into golf and to support them in their further development in this sport.
Children and young people from German and British schools are addressed.