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William Mckenzie (Updated 2016)

Back in 2011, we profiled EGTF Master Professional, William McKenzie. This is an update on what he has been doing since then. Where are you Teaching now? When I qualified as a Teaching Pro in 2005 I was working as the Manager at Berryhill Driving Range, Peterhead in North East Scotland.  I started teaching, doing […]

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Loretta Christey-Clover

My name is Loretta Christey-Clover, joint owner and director of the Christey-Clover Golf Academy, a limited company which specialises in the tuition of golf at schools. I am also a current final year undergraduate, studying for a BSc (Hons) degree in “Computing and IT with Mathematics” through the Open University. I have seen first-hand through […]

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Stuart Gavaghan

  I started playing golf aged 7, but I had been around golf since the age of 3 as my father was on the Committee at our club.  I was Junior Captain and played under 21’s for Surrey County Golf Union.  I won three County titles including Surrey Championship at Croham Hurst 36 hole event. […]

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Garry Corkish

Amateur golf career was BB&O player, playing off 1.4, member of Frilford Heath in Oxfordshire. Ex RAF military free fall instructor completed over 3,000 free fall descents mostly from c130 Hercules worked mostly with SBS, SAS, and pathfinders from 2 para plus delta force from USA. RAF in 1989. I have been teaching on the Costa […]

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David Fluke

  I am currently the Head Professional at Hill Barn Golf Club, Worthing, West Sussex and also teach part time out of Avisford Park Golf Club, West Sussex. My roles with both clubs are purely to supply the teaching arm to members, guests and visitors. My company is called South Coast Golf. I am also […]

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Michael Cernohuby

Already from my childhood I’ve felt sport is my destiny.  I was playing icehockey and tennis at top level for quite a long time.  I stopped when I had finished University and continued playing just for fun.  I started to play golf quite late, when I was 33.  In former Czechoslovakia it was almost impossible […]

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Peter Ledwidge EGTF Golf Pro

Peter Ledwidge

I was born in Falkirk, Scotland in 1966 and my sport was always snooker.  Not good enough to turn professional when I left college with an HND in Mechanical Engineering, I went to work on a commission only basis, in direct sales, selling and training sales people. I continued to play snooker semi-pro until moving […]

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Rozalyn Adams

I had the opportunity to make it a career at 16, but decided not to at that time and stopped playing seriously.  I found my desire to play again in my mid-forties and was surprised how well I could still play, and soon got down to a 1 handicap and started playing competitive golf and […]

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Martin Park

Martin has been a golf journalist since 1995 when he first covered The Open Championship at St Andrews for both Golf Weekly and also the fledgling American TV station, The Golf Channel. Martin continued to work for several magazines and broadcast outlets as a writer on tournament golf news, the equipment industry, travel features and […]

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Gary Stangoe

Why did you become a Teaching Professional? It was more of a necessity than anything else.  We wanted to promote golf to beginners and weren’t getting much response from PGA Professionals to take up a self-employed coaching role at the Club.  We believed there was enough interest for such a role and I decided to […]

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