Tom started playing golf at the age of 12 and became a scratch golfer by the age of 17. Winning at county and national level, he then turned professional in 2009, competing on the Euro Pro, Sunshine and Challenge Tour. In 2011 he started his career as a PGA Professional at Wentworth Club, and in 2013 he became the club's first Junior Academy Manager, setting up a teaching program for 3-12-year olds.
In 2016 he was awarded a Top 50 U.S. Kids coach award, only the second person in Europe to have achieved this accolade. In 2017 Tom became the Senior Teaching Professional at Stoke Park Golf and Country Club, during this time he helped re-structure the junior scholarships program and integrate the European headquarters for Leadbetter golf Academies after spending time in the U.S training with David Leadbetter and his team.
Tom works with several aspiring Tour players but enjoys coaching players of all levels, Tom still loves to play and compete.
Kristian worked at the famous Wentworth Club for 23 years and was the Head of Instruction for over a decade.
Kristian has compiled an impressive CV of coaching results and has worked with club golfers, leading amateurs, and some of the best professionals in the world.
These professionals have competed on the US and European Tour, winning numerous European Tour events including the European Open, Dutch Open and the St Omer Open. Kristian’s most notable professional results, to date, came during his 8 years coaching Ross Fisher. He began coaching Ross whilst he was still an amateur before establishing himself as one of the world’s best professional golfers.
Kristian has taught other European Tour players who have also won on the European Tour. Amateurs he has coached have won many of the top events. His most successful amateur player to date is the 2017 British Amateur champion and 2012 English Amateur champion Harry Ellis.