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Vicars Cross appoints new general manager

5.26pm 21st February 2022 - People

Experienced golf industry professional Tim Gilpin has been appointed as the new General Manager at Vicars Cross Golf Club near Chester.

Gilpin boasts a 25-year career in the golf industry, with his most recent job being general manager at Beau Desert Golf Club in Staffordshire. He has previously held positions at Walmley Golf Club in Warwickshire, and at Heythrop Park, Wokefield Park and La Moye, among others.

Gilpin said: “From qualifying as a PGA Professional at Tenby Golf Club, teaching professionally in the Channel Islands, to management at golf, leisure and then hotel resort properties, I have appreciated working with and gaining professional development from some great industry professionals. I am delighted to join the team at Vicars Cross and am committed to supporting the board to raise the profile of the club and develop the facilities there for members, visitors and the local community.

“We are encouraging more people, particularly women and juniors, to come along and try the sport in stunning Cheshire countryside. The training facilities at Vicars Cross are the best of any local club.”

A spokesperson for the club’s board said: “It is an exciting time for Vicars Cross Golf Club with lots of good news stories and developments to come. We have one of the premier courses in Cheshire and are constantly improving our offer for members and visitors alike, broadening its appeal for everyone from all walks of life and encouraging more age groups to get into golf.”

Vicars Cross Golf Club

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