Eddie Doyle Biography
Eddie Doyle has been a PGA Professional for the last thirty one years. He started out his career as an assistant in Carlow Golf Club. It was in Carlow Golf Club where he began to make a name for himself as one of the country’s leading players. Throughout his playing career Eddie has won numerous Pro-Ams and other Irish region events. He played in four Irish Opens. He also played the Volvo PGA Championship at Wentworth which is a flagship event on the European Tour. In 1989 he made it to the final pre-qualifying of the European Tour School but narrowly failed to gain a full European tour card.
Eddies true passion lies in the teachings of golf and has become one of Irelands leading coaches. Over the past 17 years, he has been a Leinster GUI Coach and has been in the envious position of having worked with and gained extensive knowledge from some of the best international players and coaches including Seve Ballesteros, Keith Williams (European Tour Coach). Luther Blacklock (inventor of Explanar Training System) and other European Tour players associated with the Seve Trophy and The Heritage International Challenge.
Eddie has also have been instrumental in the design, development and the delivery of a key module in the MSc Sport and Exercise Management (Golf Management Stream) for University College Dublin. This innovative and original module has made a significant contribution to the professional development of golf managers in Ireland.
Eddie has worked at The Heritage since September 2002 and he now runs the very successful Eddie Doyle Golf School, which offers members and guests a top class practice facility. Eddie is currently coaching some of Ireland’s leading professionals and amateurs, playing on a variety of circuits both here in Ireland and throughout the world. Regardless however, whether you are learning to play golf for the first time, want to reduce your handicap, or win more events, Eddie can improve your game and make your round of golf much more enjoyable.
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