Master PGA Professional
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 as his work with the PGA he was made a Master PGA Professional in 2019.
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.
Individual lessons from Alan cost £39.00 per 1/2 hour or £65.00 per hour.