Goodwood & TG coach is top drawer, says Rose

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The teaching skills of Golf at Goodwood and top Today's Golfer coach Ryan Fenwick have received outstanding praise and recognition from one of the world’s top players.

Fenwick, who was recently appointed Sussex Men’s Coach and also supervises the development of the Sussex county girls squad, has earned warm plaudits from reigning US Open Champion Justin Rose, Goodwood’s global sporting ambassador.

He says: “Ryan is a passionate coach who has taken his ability to play high level golf and coupled it with his great personality which combines to make improving your game a fun and rewarding process.”

Fenwick’s golfing pedigree goes back to his playing days on the PGA European Tour where he once broke the London Club course record set by the great Seve Ballesteros by scoring an eight under par 64.

He has been taught by the legendary David Leadbetter, Sir Nick Faldo’s mentor and in his amateur days played with former PGA Champion Paul Casey, top money winner Luke Donald and Rose, the first Englishman to win the US title since Tony Jacklin in 1970.

It was major winner Rose, who has a close association with Golf At Goodwood, who passed this shrewd judgment on his lifelong friend and declared: “Ryan is always looking at ways to expand his knowledge and in turn provide the best information for his students.”

“I’ve always enjoyed talking to Ryan about the game and I value his views and opinions. Ryan would be a great asset to any aspiring golfer.”

Of his own teaching philosophy Fenwick says: “I combine technical, physical, psychological as well as tactical and lifestyle methods that apply to beginners as well as seasoned tournament pros.”