HEAD PGA PROFESSIONAL
John has over twenty five years experience in teaching golf. He started playing golf at the age of six at St. Georges Hill Golf Club while his parents were employed and living at the club. John became a scratch golfer at the age of sixteen and turned professional at the age of eighteen. He played in tournaments in Europe and England, competing in pro-ams and individual events.
Whilst he was playing, he completed the PGA training. Subsequently, he discovered his passion for teaching students of all abilities. He became qualified in teaching Natural Golf Philosophy and Nicklaus Flick Philosophy at World of Golf.
Both beginners and improver’s have benefited from his easy to learn teaching methods in group classes, he is also able to pass on a wealth of golfing knowledge in individual lessons. John joined Horton Park in 2001 and is a Director of the Golf School, he ensures the highest levels of service are maintained and lesson taking experience unsurpassed.
To book a lesson with John, please call the Golf Shop on 0208 394 2626 or email.
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PGA Qualified 1998
Certified golf fitness instructor through the Titliest Performance institute.
Certified Trackman instructor
Authorised custom fit professional
Lowest round -9
Paul has competed at a very high level and won numerous events in England and around the world over the last 19 years. Highlights are competing in 2 European tour events and holding a full Australian tour card. He uses this experience coupled with working with some of the worlds best coaches to improve his students ability and understanding of the game.
Paul’s thirst for knowledge and passion for the game, plus his enthusiastic teaching style is why he is so popular. Be it beginners, club golfers or the many elite amateurs and fellow professionals he helps, he takes great pride in seeing them improve to the next level.
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When I first started playing golf as a boy I was fortunate to live close to a pitch and putt course. I spent hours playing and improving my feel and love for the game which has remained with me all my life.
When I play I actually look forward to the challenge of getting the ball up and down and through my own experiences and studying the great short game exponents I can improve your scoring. The most rewarding feed back from a pupil is to see them consistently strike the ball well and begin to focus on distance control and
reduce their handicap. The reasons for basing myself at the Horton Park golf school are the excellent chipping areas and par 3 course ideal for a short game coach.
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PGA AA Qualified
Turned professional 2004
Still competes in regional and national PGA tournaments including multiple wins
Trackman Level 2 qualified
Coaching every level from beginners to tour Professionals, Lee’s ultimate philosophy is that there is a better golfer inside of everyone.
He also prides himself on allowing anybody to achieve their true potential with effective and lasting results through personal structured plans.
During lessons, Lee encompasses the use of Trackman and video analysis plus many training aids. Lee covers all aspects of the game, from private to group clinics creating a fun learning environment.
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Nathan first took up golf when he was 13 years of age in Port Macquarie, NSW, Australia. He embraced the game and by the age of 16 was playing off scratch. He finished a credible 7th at the Australian Junior Championship, before being offered a scholarship to attend the University of Texas at the Arlington, USA.
He spent 4 years in the US Collegiate system from 1995-1999 playing against such familiar names as Tiger Woods, Charles Howell III and Matt Kuchar to name a few. At the end of his 3rd year Nathan was ranked in the top 50 players in the nation after winning several tournaments and keeping a 72.1 average.
In 2001 Nathan ventured over to Europe on the back of some European Challenge Tour Invitations, where he spent the next 6 years competing all over Europe, Africa and Asia in Professional golf tournaments. Some of the more notable tournaments included The Kenya Open, South African Open, Malaysia Open and the Norway Lexus Open, Australian Masters, Australian PGA. At the end of 2007, Nathan relocated back to Australia, where he competed on the PGA Tour of Australasia and the Asian Tour, until a nagging back injury persuaded him to focus his talents on teaching. He completed the PGA of Australia’s Bridging Course in 2010 with Distinctions and also obtained a Diploma in Sport Coaching the same year. Nathan takes a holistic approach to golf improvement, touching on all key elements including mental, physical, tactical and technical.
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