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‘Wilmott’s Way’

Welcome to ‘Wilmott’s Way’ where USPGA professional and Station Masters GC member Bruce Wilmott will hopefully give you all some helpful and enlightening advice to improve your game.

A class “A” member of the PGA of America, Bruce was born and raised in Carnoustie, Scotland within a prominent golfing family. His father Alex, also a Station Masters member, is featured in the landmark golf instruction book, “The Search for the Perfect Swing” and his great grandfather was head pro at Cruden Bay Links, Scotland, in the late 1800’s.

After becoming a class “A” member with the British PGA in 1977 he became head pro at Golf De St. Laurent in France before moving back to his home land to become an instructor at Gleneagles Hotel and Golf Club.

Bruce arrived in the U.S. in 1983, becoming the fifth Wilmott to teach on this side of the Atlantic. He has worked with some of the nation’s top instructors, including Hank Haney, and credits Hank as being his biggest teaching influence.

Formerly Director of Instruction for California Golf Schools, Bruce has been with McInnis Park Golf Center, near San Francisco, since it opened in 1993.

Archive 1 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOPqrX8mzLw

Archive 2 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89tRH9s5LN8&feature=related

TV Documentary from the 60s

This documentary was aired on Grampian TV in the 60s – an insight into what life was like in the ‘good old days’?

http://il.youtube.com/watch?v=jckcYq6b8L8&list=SL

2015 Video by Jessica Meek, University of Missouri

https://www.facebook.com/l/8AQHV4Fem/https%3A%2F%2Fwww.dropbox.com%2Fs%2F8emth1q5rl8gohp%2FJessMovie%252520%28Converted%29.mov%3Fdl%3D0

Carnoustie Open 1999

 

Kirriemuir Away-day Outing 2014. A short vid by Captain Neil Holland:

 

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