Tom Warnock announced as new head PGA teaching professional at Southwell’s Norwood Park Golf Club
A golf club has added a new teaching professional to its ranks.
PGA Assistant Tom Warnock has been announced as the new head PGA teaching professional at Southwell’s Norwood Park Golf Club.
The announcement followed Warnock’s successful completion of his PGA degree at Birmingham University.
Warnock will be available for individual and group lessons when lockdown restrictions are lifted.
“He has a strong commitment to junior golf having taken care of our junior teams for the past five years,” said Jackie Macey, the club’s golf development officer.
“He will also continue the club’s schools’ outreach and disability work, which is kindly supported by The Golf Foundation. He is SafeGolf registered and a women’s golf charter ambassador.
“He passed his degree with flying colours and will definitely add a different dimension to the coaching team.”
Rob Macey, PGA head professional, said: “We are thrilled that Tom has taken on this new role.
“He brings new and fresh ideas, and keeps me updated with the new technology.
“We can’t wait to get started on the new season.”
Warnock said: “I am delighted to be given the opportunity to become head teaching professional at Norwood Park.
“I wish Richard Strange (the club’s former teaching professional) all the best in his new position at Chevin Golf Club in Derbyshire.
“I am very excited to take on my new role with this successful golf club.”
Warnock also thanked the club’s staff and members who supported him during his studies.