I am a PGA teaching professional, golf coaching is what I specialise in, although I also do club repairs. The technicalities of the golf swing and teaching them to others in an understandable way is where I do best.
I spent nearly 10 years at a club called Top Meadow, where I did my PGA training and worked with other golf coaches before moving to Whitehill, where I am currently based. Here I have my swing studio/teaching bay which is well equipped and a great place to coach golfers of all abilities.
I am well versed in various swing techniques, but wouldn't like to say I coach under any one particular style, far from it. I have learnt many different theories and techniques. It is more about finding match-ups and making sure the swing is functional. Or we can stick to the manual with the aim of building a text-book, great looking swing. It's your call, I am here to be everyone's favourite coach. You can also decide whether you would like to target the most relevant areas in a one off lesson or go through the changes in the best possible order over a course of lessons.
It is quite important to be able to screen for a lack of flexibility or injury and how this can affect the golf swing principles, which then affects the impact factors, which then affects on the ball flight and whether it is due to a physical limitation or a learnt or natural movement.
Add to this the little gems of information I picked up through my own coaching experiences as well as from other golf coaches. I feel I am well positioned to guide any level of golfer towards improving.