Sam started playing golf at the age of 4 and he never wanted anything else other than to be a professional golfer and have a career in golf.
He started playing for Yorkshire when he was 11 years old, during which time he held an unbeaten record in all singles matches during the 7 years. He represented them and was also part of a County Finals winning side. He also won and retained the County championship for his respective age in consecutive years when he was 14 years old.
He then went on to represent the North of England on numerous occasions and have coaching with the England Boys squad.
One of his proudest moments as an amateur was finishing 2nd in the British Boys Amateur Strokeplay.
He decided to turn pro in 2017 at the age of 21 off a handicap of +3. Playing on the EuroPro Tour for 3 years amongst various ‘mini tours’ before turning his focus to coaching.
Sam worked as an Assistant at Malton & Norton and York Golf Club. In addition he had the chance to progress his interest in the human body and mechanics by studying to become a Sports Therapist which has given me a great foundation to help me with my knowledge and understanding of a golf swing.
Using students movement tendencies to build a swing based on efficiency and consistency, whilst limiting their chances for potential injuries. Sam also has a keen interest in coaching short game where he has always excelled.
Sam is a passionate and exciting young coach, who believes in golf is not always how good is your good but rather how good is your bad?