Mike Howard is an alum of the University of Stirling and Edinburgh University and Edinburgh. He is a former R&A golf scholar, having represented Great Britain at the 2016 World Universities’ Golf Championships. Mike currently works as a golf architect for the internationally renowned firm McKenzie & Ebert and has contributed to the recent modernisation […]
Alan Greenwood is a Director of College Links Golf. 1 Favourite five Rank your top five golf courses in Scotland with a one-word explanation of why each course has made it on your list Carnoustie – Rigorous Turnberry (Ailsa) – Eyecandy North Berwick – Absorbing Cruden Bay – Rollercoaster Royal Dornoch – Spellbinding 2 Groundhog […]
Raleigh Gowrie is a Director of College Links Golf. 1 Favourite five Rank your top five golf courses in Scotland with a one-word explanation of why each course has made it on your list Turnberry – challenging Kings Course, Gleneagles – scenic Trump International, Aberdeen – breath-taking North Berwick – traditional The Old Course, St […]
Lynn is a graduate of the University of Stirling and a former Great Britain & Ireland international. She played for eight years on the Ladies European Tour before commencing a new career in sports media.
Doctor John Mathers is a BASES-accredited sports psychologist at the University of Stirling. He works with a number of European Tour players and and elite amateur golf squads on developing their mental skills.
Gemma is a two-time British Universities’ champion and a former English National Matchplay champion. She has represented Great Britain at three World Universities’ events and played for Scotland at European representative levels.
David is Professor of Duty of Care in Sport at Abertay University, Dundee. He's a graduate of Boston College, Harvard and the University of Western Australia. In addition to holding various professorial and chair roles, he's a pretty decent golfer!
Sinead was the 2017 British Universities’ Strokeplay champion and has represented Ireland in the European Championships and at the World University Games. An alumna of the University of Stirling and Maynooth University, Ireland, she worked in golf operations at Woodfield Country Club in Boca Raton, Florida, before returning home to work at her home club, Lahinch, on Ireland’s west coast.
Dean Robertson is the High Performance Golf Coach at the University of Stirling. He played for 10 years on the European Tour, registering two professional wins. He played in four Open Championships and represented Scotland at the World Cup of Golf on two occasions. He made the transition from player to coach in 2008 and has twice captained the European team in the Palmer Cup.