Brian Green PGA
Brian has been a PGA Professional since 1991 and has been a full time coach for over 15 years, in that time he has given thousands of hours of lessons to players of varying standards from complete beginners to players with tour experience. His desire to help people improve their golf has encouraged Brian to never stop learning about the golf swing and he believes that by applying a certain set of easy to follow fundamentals anyone can build a better golf game regardless of age or ability.
"The first thing we must do is clearly identify and explain the task and then give the player the correct tools to achieve that. When this is done a good golf game is very achievable using natural instinct and ability. This allows the player to concentrate fully on the shot to be played and not the mechanics of the swing"
Brians interest in fitness has also led him to a collaboration with F.A.S.T.E.R. training an innovative way of improving range of motion and strength specifically for the function of golf, this has given him an even deeper insight into power and how it must be applied in the golf swing. Giving Brian the added benefit of being able to call upon their knowledge when needed.
Brian is currently based in West london at Dukes Meadows Golf & Tennis. Dukes Meadows is a public 9 hole golf course near Chiswick it also boasts a full length 50 bay floodlit driving range with a private video bay, a 5 hole academy course, practice putting green and a dedicated short game area.
Apart from his love of golf Brian's other passions include fishing and travel and whenever possible he combines the two, fishing some fantastic places and catching some monster exotic species.
Other interests include tennis, table tennis and darts and Brian has recently taken up playing the guitar.
"I love to learn new things and will always take lessons, this is obviously important to my progress, but I also find it really helps my own coaching, to receive many different styles of lesson and to give me a better understanding of what my pupils maybe feeling whilst learning golf"