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I qualified as a PGA professional in 2002 and have continued to development my coaching knowledge ever since to enable you to have the best golf experience possible.

Whether you are new to the game, looking to reduce your handicap or challenge at the elite level, I have the knowledge, skills and experience to help you on your journey. I adopt an evidence based and collaborative approach valuing your input at every step of the coaching journey.

I am proud of being the Lead Coach to Sussex County Union Juniors making me responsible for the overall coaching program ensuring a rounded development of their games. This role has helped me increase my ability to learn and use the numerous aspect affect golf performance such has physicality, psychology and course management.

I am based at Chartham Park Golf and Country Club which is on the Sussex, Surrey and Kent border and under 20-minutes driver for the M25. Chartham Park is pleased with excellent facilities including 18-hole golf course, driving range with grass tee, 2 putting greens and a putting studio.

During the lessons, cutting edge technology is used to accurately measure allowing us to make informed decisions on what is the best course of action. For the long game Trackman radar analysis is used and Capto for analysing putting.

PGA Advanced Professional

ASQ Level 4 Coach

Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Coaching (University of Birmingham)

Titliest Performance Institute Level 1

The Golf Athlete Level 1

PDS Performance Coach

Capto Putting Level 2


In 2017, I was proudly awarded England 'Golf’s Club Coach of the Year'.

You can read more about the award here.


Joe Sullivan wins 2022 English Amateur Championship.


Huge congratulations to Joe Sullivan for winning the 2022 English Amateur Championship. I have worked with Joe since he was four years old helping him with all aspects of his game and it has been a pleasure and privilege to work with him.


His name will now join the likes of Sir Nick Faldo, Sir Michael Bonallack, Paul Casey, Danny Willett and Tommy Fleetwood on a piece of silverware that was first played for in 1925.

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