Alan White turned pro in 1982 when he became an assistant at Gleneagles Hotel and Golf Courses in Perthshire. In 1989 he left Gleneagles and moved to Aberdeen to be head pro at Murcar Golf Club. After a successful 7 years there, Alan moved to Lanark Golf Club where he has been since.
In 2001 Alan was given the honour of being the Centenary Captain of the Scottish PGA. He then served as Chairman of the Scottish PGA until 2014 when he became a Board Member of the PGA of GB&I. In 2017 he then became Chairman of the PGA of GB&I, a Trustee of the PGA Benevolent Fund and a Board Member of Ryder Cup Europe Ltd. To recognise Alan’s experience as a Golf Coach as well his work with the PGA he was made a Advance Fellow of the PGA, which he was presented with at the "Open" at Turnberry in 2009
Alan is much in demand as a teacher and coach. With his Assistant Professionals, Stephen Gray and Graeme Greer he provides a comprehensive teaching service to suit players of every standard, from beginners to highly accomplished golfers, including some of Scotland’s best amateurs and young tour professionals.
Your PGA Professional
From the man himself:
"I have coached and coach both Scottish Professional and Scottish Amateur Champions. Also European Tour Players, Senior European Tour Players, Challenge Tour ,Europro Tour and Tartan Tour Players. Walker Cup Players. Ladies European Tour Players, and Ladies Senior Internationalists. Also Lanarkshire Gents and Ladies County Champions, and Ayrshire County Champion.
Over 50 golf professionals have travelled to Lanark Golf Club for tuition. I have been named one of Golf World's Top 100 UK golf coaches and Today's Golfer Top 50 coach. And South Lanarkshire / Sports Scotland, High Performance coach of the year."
Take your golfing experience to the next level with the FlightScope X2, the world’s most accurate and portable golf launch monitor. Alan also uses video analysis with all of his lessons utilising the best video equipment available including IPad with V1 software, or Casio FX1 Camera for super slow mo swing analysis.
£35 for 30 minute lesson(video analysis available using IPad V1 or Casio FX1 Camera)
£60 for 60 minute lesson(video analysis using IPad V1, Casio FX1 Camera and/or FlightScope X2 launch monitor available)
Meet the team
Stephen Gray turned Professional in 1996 and has since had a long and successful career as a full time player winning both the Order of Merit and the Money List in Scotland, as well as competing on the EuroPro Tour before joining us in 2018.
Stephen still plays regularly in Scottish and overseas events and is the current course record holder at Royal Dornoch after shooting 62 .