My approach to teaching golf
I was on and off the Europro Tour between 2009 and 2017. I also played several mini-tours around the world and recorded 3 wins on the Players and 1836 Tour.
My great achievement was making the most of my talents, playing against and beating noted players such as Senior Open Champion Paul Broadhurst.
In making the most of my talents I was able to keep my game moving forward, recognising that the golf swing is a series of sequential movements which can be defined and taught.
More than anyone I have been able to tightly define those concepts into easily digestible chunks. I find golfers learn best and improve the most when they learn how to move correctly at a golf ball.
There is a real step by step process to developing the skill set necessary to play the game well.
Improvement in golf is fundamentally a case of skill acquisition. Having spent the past 12 years working with the legendary golf teacher Graham Walker (short game coach to Tommy Fleetwood and coach to Paul Waring) and 5 years with Alan Thompson, I am well placed to pass on the secrets of improvement.