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Anthony Howarth (Club Professional)

Anthony Howarth has been the resident Golf Club Professional for almost 25 years. Anthony was a former Junior member at the Golf Club and following a successful amateur career joining the Professional ranks at the age of 17. Anthony became the Assistant Professional and after successfully completing his PGA training he spent a year playing and teaching in Denmark. On his return from Denmark he took over as the Club Professional on 1st April 1993.

Anthony combines his role as Club Professional with the role of general Manager at the Golf Club, which he was appointed in 2007.

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