The four-time Ryder Cup venue and the home of The PGA National, England, The Belfry, has appointed Daniel Warwick head PGA Professional.
Warwick is a TPI certified coach and will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the golf academy and team of professionals, club-fitters and retail staff. He will oversee tuition, custom-fitting, academy retail, and staff development.
The appointment means the 37-year-old former England youth international who turned pro in 2000 will add work at a second Ryder Cup venue to his CV.
He has had two spells at Celtic Manor, the stage for the 2010 match, most recently prior to taking up his post at The Belfry. In addition, Warwick, who began his career at St Clere’s Golf Centre in Essex, has worked at Sheraton Pines in Portugal.
Commenting on his new role, Warwick said: “To be part of such a high calibre team at such a highly regarded world-class golf academy is fantastic.
“When coaching, I understand everybody is different, and pride myself in finding logical explanations and easy-to-follow methods based on an individual’s ability. Small changes can sometimes make the biggest differences.”
Chris Reeve, The Belfry director of golf, added: “We’re delighted to have Daniel join the team here.
“Whether it’s club fitting or swing analysis, Daniel can assist clients by combining his vast experience and qualifications with modern technologies such as Trackman, to help them achieve their long- and short-term goals.”