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London Golf Club Welcomes Stephen Follett as new Chief Executive

4.12pm 5th September 2016 - People

Stephen Follett
Stephen Follett

London Golf Club, Kent, is delighted to welcome Stephen Follett as Chief Executive at the internationally renowned club.

Stephen comes to the club with a wealth of experience within the golf industry, most notably having previously held the positions of Director of Golf for Marriott Golf, and Director of Operations at Troon Golf.

“It’s a privilege to have been appointed Chief Executive at the London Golf Club,” commented Stephen. “The club is a prestigious venue of international importance, and as a recognised European Tour Destination, I’m looking forward to being a part of its growth on both the national international stage.”

Hailed as one of the country’s finest golfing venues, the London Golf Club features two championship courses, The Heritage and The International.

The Heritage is a classic Jack Nicklaus course which forces you to consider every shot and makes the round both challenging and memorable. Likewise, The International is one of the finest downland courses in England, punctuated with exciting risk and reward tee shots throughout.

Both courses have a rich tournament pedigree and have played host to the European Open in 2008 and 2009, the Volvo World Match Play Championship in 2014, and this year’s Brabazon Trophy.

Charles Fairweather, Chairman of the London Golf Club, is delighted to have Stephen on board at such an exciting period in the club’s history: “Stephen joins us with a wealth of experience that will be invaluable to the progression of the London Golf Club. We have gone from strength to strength over the years, and we’re sure that Stephen’s arrival will be a catalyst for even more exciting developments at the club in the future.”

London Golf Club


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