Golf Pro & Greenkeeper
Our lessons are suitable for everyone from complete beginners to more advanced players.
We are delighted to have PGA golf professional and coach, Andy Todd, teach at Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort for the 2018/19 golf season. He will be further developing the junior coaching program at Kingennie, as well as introducing a ladies group coaching block in the summer, and he will also be available for 1-1 lessons throughout the golf season. Now in the final year of his PGA diploma at Birmingham University, Andy has also been certified through the Titleist Performance Institute, and has been accredited by Katherine Roberts as a Level 2 Yoga for Golfers instructor. Andy will continue to compete in Scottish Young Professionals events throughout the season.
Whether you are a beginner, junior, senior, advanced player – Andy will provide a full complement of lessons and packages to enhance your existing skills and fulfil your potential.
Easter Junior Coaching
Sign your kids up for Easter Junior Coaching to develop their golf in a fun and friendly environment. Sessions will run from 2-3.30pm, on the Tuesday, 9th April and Thursday, 11th April. Sessions are £10 each or £17 for both sessions.
More details coming soon. If you're interested in booking someone in find out more by emailing Andy Todd.
45 Minute Lesson - £23
Block of 4 Lessons - £85
Block of 6 Lessons - £120
Groups Lessons of 2-4 People - £15 Per Person
Groups Lessons of 5-8 People - £10 Per Person
Playing Lessons Available on Request
A commitment to a quality, friendly and personalised service will ensure that your expectations are exceeded as you learn golf in the exclusive surroundings of the Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort in the beautiful Angus countryside near Dundee, Scotland.
If you are interested in booking or would like any more information please email Andy Todd.
Our Head Greenkeeper here at Kingennie Golf Club is Gregor Norrie.
Gregor became our Head Greenkeeper in September 2006 and was responsible for the final shaping and the growing in of the course.
His career started in June 1994 undertaking an apprenticeship at Carnoustie Golf Links, once this was completed at the end of 1997 he moved to an inland resort, Letham Grange by Arbroath.
Whilst working here in 2000 the opportunity was taken to work for The Old Course Hotel St Andrews on The Dukes Course.
In 2001 the chance of working at one of the finest golf resorts worldwide, Gleneagles came up. Initially working on the Kings and Queens courses Gregor was quick to progress to a senior position on The PGA Centenary Course and was involved in the remodeling work for The Ryder Cup in 2014.
Throughout his career Gregor has prepared courses to 5 star resort standards and has worked at various European Tour events.
Today, Gregor is responsible for all aspects of the course and he ensures that it is in great condition throughout the season.
We are happy to answer any constructive questions anyone may have and listen to any ideas put forward, just send an email to us and we will get back to you as soon as possible.