Terry Rawding owner of Golf to a Tee is on site for many of our Escorted events.
I take great pleasure in seeing our clients relax and enjoy our escorted events - where the dining and socialising are almost as important to the event, as the golf and coaching. We take care of all of the organising and let you make the most of your holiday.
I am a club golfer who enjoys travel, good food and wine and the PGA Professionals we work with have been carefully selected - not only for their coaching skills, but to complement the event when it comes to spending time together after golf.
Golf to a Tee are pleased to have partnered with several highy regarded PGA Professionals to provide coaching services on Escorted Golf Tours.
Adam Gray PGA Professional
Adam turned professional in 2005 and went onto gain his PGA qualification in 2008. He is the Head Pro at Kenilworth Golf Club and Adam and has a wealth of experience working with all levels of golfers, from complete newcomers to touring professionals. He is successful by helping individuals to identify their own goals and to set targets to maximise both their potential and their learning.
He is an approachable and understanding coach, with a simple coaching philosophy, which is to work on sound fundamentals as the blueprint to all good golf swings. Adams friendly and relaxed approach to coaching makes him easy to work with and his personal, but structured style allows him to convey an understanding of his coaching in one to one and group lessons.
Adams cheerful and approachable manner also means he is a great asset to have in any golfing touring group.
Jamie Carney is a fully qualified PGA Professional based at Kings Norton Golf Club situated in Alvechurch, Birmingham. As an Amateur Jamie had a successful career achieving a handicap of plus 3. He won many championships as an individual, and as a team when representing the Warwickshire Golf Union. A highlight of Jamie's Amateur Career was playing for England on multiple occasions.
Jamie has a passion for studying all aspects of the game. During his years completing the PGA degree he won Student of the Year achieving the highest grades for his academic year across all subject areas. Since turning Professional Jamie has focused his energy on coaching, whilst still playing in regional PGA Tournaments.