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England Golf Names Ten Coaches for Expanded Regional Roles

8.18am 25th June 2012 - People - This story was updated on Monday, June 25th, 2012

After an extensive recruitment process, England Golf has identified ten experienced golf coaches to spearhead its revamped Under 16’s Boys Regional Coaching Programme from September 2012 onwards. Under the tenure of Nigel Edwards, England Golf’s Director of Coaching, investment  in the existing Regional Coaching Programme will be increased, extending the number of contact days with the players selected to attend.

The ten coaches recruited and the coaching regions they have been allocated to are as follows: –

  • Kendal McWade – North Region
  • Steven Robinson –Yorkshire Region
  • Peter Barber – North West Region
  • David Brooks – West Midlands Region
  • Lysa Jones – East Midlands Region
  • Chris Jenkins – East Region
  • Rob Watts – Thames Valley Region
  • John Jacobs –  South West Region
  • John Noble – South Region
  • Steven Orr – South East Region

On unveiling the new look line-up, Edwards commented: “I’m very pleased with the individuals selected, it was a tough recruitment process and the competition was very strong. We have the opportunity to increase our investment in regional coaching and it was imperative that we identified the right coaches to take the programme to the next level. Our national squads andEnglandteams will prosper with more players progressing at a younger age.”

The successful candidates will undergo an induction and training weekend in September at England Golf headquarters in Woodhall Spa before joining the regional management team to identify their squad for the winter training ahead. Boys demonstrating the required talent and promise will have the opportunity to apply to join the regional coaching programme over the coming weeks.

England Golf


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