Neil is currently the coach of the Golf Union of Wales National Male Squad. He has represented Great Britain & Ireland and Wales at every level, turning professional in 2000. Since then Neil switched his focus to coaching where he has worked with golfers of all levels from beginners to tournament professionals. In 2007 Neil was awarded the Golf Foundation PGA Professional of the Year and Golf Development Wales PGA Professional of the Year both for his work at encouraging and developing golfers at grass roots level
Neil prides himself on being at the cutting edge of Golf coaching and is fortunate to have worked with numerous International amateurs, as well as Regional and European Tour Professionals. Neil spends most of his time at the GUW National Centre of Excellence coaching The Men’s and Boys National golf teams. Neil has coached the following players: Phillip Price, Stuart Manley, Sahra Hassan, Rhys Enoch, Joe Vickery, James Frazer, Jason Shufflebotham, Otto Mand, Oliver Mottram.
Paul has been part of the golf union coaching team since 2007 and is coach to the regional boys and girls squads. He also coaches 2 members of the ladies national side, one of which is his daughter Chloe, and also several other squad members, county players and amateurs of all abilities.
He has been a PGA qualified professional for 18 years. During that time through the PGA coach development programme and the golf union has benefited from attending many external courses to expand his knowledge and expertise in all aspects of the game.
Paul is the professional at Wrexham golf club where he has been attached for 14 years, he enjoys playing the game but his main passion is for coaching.
His first experience and passion for elite coaching took place in 1993 when he became one of the Denbighshire county coaches and is still coaching the squad 20 years on.
Gareth turned professional in 2003 after a successful amateur career with Wales, winning the Welsh Boys Stroke Play title and a bronze medal at the ‘European Under 21’s Team Championships’. Gareth became a fully qualified PGA Professional in 2006 when he won the title of ‘PGA Assistant of the Year’.
Before pursuing his passion for golf coaching John graduated from the University of Glamorgan with a 1st class honors degree in applied sport and exercise science. He achieved 4th place in his graduating year in his PGA training.
Sam turned professional in 2007 and has had the privilege of working with some of the most experienced coaches in Wales, including Welsh Ladies coach Paul Williams and Regional and Academy coach Gareth James.
He is currently a PGA Professional based in North Wales at Clays Golf Centre, the National Centre of Excellence, where he has worked for the last 3 years. Sam has a history of developing golfers from beginners to elite amateurs. Earlier this year he was appointed the North Wales Nursery Squad coach and the county coach for the Denbighshire and Flintshire girls section.
Due to his passion for coaching Sam has looked to develop his skills further by attending CPD courses in Golf Swing Biomechanics, Disability Coaching, Developing Elite Juniors and Developing Tour Players Short Games. As a TPI level one coach he continuously strives to utilize the ability of his pupils to ensure that they are all capable of reaching their golfing goals.