Craig has won several awards for his work in recent years including The Golf Foundations Burroughs and McKenzie awards, Toby Sunderland PGA award 2012 and Midlands PGA Professional of the Year 2013. He also achieved advanced professional status in 2013. He has also worked with Olympic and Paralympic athletes and Ladies European tour players.
Craig has taken his passion for coaching to another level and is now working very closely with local and nation Disability Groups to help increase participation by disabled people. Craig likes his lessons to feel that he is more than just a golf coach and is someone that can be confided in and is approachable and will therefore always endeavour to maintain communication with his lessons.
Craig's Tip To Help You Improve Your Golf... "Use your time on the range effectively. Bashing balls for hours on the range is not an effective way of improving your game. Every time you hit the practice ground, make sure you set out a structure and a set of goals"
Craig takes time to establish the real faults and holes in players game with a statistics based feedback system he uses to create his own winter practice program. He feels that most people hit far to many balls without correct thought or idea, his plan would be to take control of a players future and not leave their destiny in the hands of trial and error, experimentation or sources that don`t know the individual. Craig takes as much pleasure showing someone how to hit an amazing shot as he would playing the shot himself.
Craig's Tip To Help You Improve Your Golf... "Tempo and routine is key to success but having clear principles and structure to each shot leads to the best results under pressure ".