Golf coaching is all about you and what you want to get out of your game. We pride ourselves on being good listeners and aim to provide the best possible professional advice, whilst ensuring each lesson is tailored and enjoyable for the golfer.
We’re passionate about helping you play better golf.
Every golfer enjoys the game more when they’re hitting good shots and playing well. This is our mission for you.
Think back to your last few rounds and try to pinpoint an area that cost you shots…
Maybe, you had too many three-putts as a result of poor distance control? Or did you miss too many fairways to the right meaning you had to chip out sideways? It could be that you play well in practice rounds with your friends but struggle to replicate that in competitions?
Through our experiences in the game and our PGA education, we appreciate that every golfer is different. That’s why we offer a range of lessons and packages to suit everyone.
Lessons will cover:
Adrian Harris - Head PGA Professional
Head PGA Professional Adrian Harris has always had an affinity with the local area joining Broadstone Golf Club as a member at the young age of 11 years. As his game improved he was selected to play for the Dorset county team becoming captain at all age levels (U14, U16, U18 and Colts) as well as representing the county first team on many occasions.Once Adrian finished school he moved to Birmingham to study the BA Honours degree in Applied Golf Management Studies from The University of Birmingham. This is the latest programme to be co-designed by the University and the PGA for aspiring Golf Professionals. All areas of the golf industry are studied in depth and modules include swing technique, sport psychology and business management amongst many others.After graduating in 2006 a move to Manchester lead to the role of Assistant Professional at Bramall Park Golf Club in Cheshire where Adrian gained 4 years experience as an Assistant Professional and main Golf Instructor.But Broadstone was always home for Adrian and thus he moved back to join the Professional team at Broadstone Golf Club in 2010. He has worked his way up to proudly become the Head Professional at the club he was once a junior gaining years of experience in coaching golfers of all ages from beginners to touring professionals along the way.
Jacob started golf at Canford Magna Golf Club at the fairly late age of 13 and became addicted quickly to the game. He got his first handicap of 11 just months after starting the game and quickly became a single figure golfer within The first 18 months and was made the junior Captain there in early 2016. After the sudden closure of Canford Magna Jacob moved to Broadstone Golf Club. He was appointed Junior captain in late 2016 and had great success in the Junior, Hardy A and scratch teams. He made his first appearance in the Dorset U'18 junior squad in the 2017 season, Under team manangers Dave Shenton, Mark Perry and team coach Adrian Harris. He won the 4 counties individual stroke play championship and the triangular individual strokeplay championship vs Sussex and Hampshire.Jacob decided to persue a career in professional golf and started his PGA degree straight after school. He was given a trainee assistant position in the Broadstone proshop by Adrian in October 2017 and hasn't looked back since! When Jacob isn't trying to make his way in regional and mini tour tournaments he spend his time coaching, fitting and making sure our customers get the correct service they deserve. Please Feel free to book lessons and custom fittings here at Broadstone Golf Club.
Originally from Northampton, in 1996 Kelly had the opportunity to go and study in the USA at the University of Arkansas, graduating with a BSC in Financial Management. She was also awarded a scholarship to play college golf during her 4 years at university and was an active member of the women’s golf team.As an amateur, Kelly was a member of the England Under 18 Girls Team who won the English Schools Championship, was a member of Northamptonshire County Ladies 1st team for 16 years, won the Northamptonshire County Ladies Championship 3 times and also held a number of course records, including 65 at The Bedfordshire GC. Before turning professional Kelly was a Regional Development Officer for the English Golf Union and English Women’s Golf Association, a role that saw her focus on increasing participation, and raising awareness of, the game of golf.Having turned professional in 2010 and completing her PGA training at Rugby Golf Club, Warwickshire, Kelly secured a position as part of the award winning coaching team at Al Badia Golf Club in Dubai. During her time there, she worked with individuals of all abilities, from complete beginners to single figure players, all of whom had very different personal goals.In 2014 Kelly left Dubai to start a family and moved to Bournemouth. Shortly after moving she was able to secure a position as one of the Teaching Professionals at Broadstone Golf Club where she is able to balance family with her professional life as a golf coach.
Tom started his golfing life at age 8 at Iford Golf Centre in the junior academy there under Tim Allen. After quickly developing a passion for the game Tom joined Parkstone Golf Club and continued to play the majority of his golf there. At Parkstone, he became a member of the Junior Teams and made his first men’s scratch team appearance at age 13 after winning the Junior Club Championship that summer. He made his first Dorset U18’s appearance at 14 and his County Men’s 1st Team debut at Remedy Oak against Surrey aged 15, securing a point in the singles. He continued to be an active member in all three teams throughout his Junior life.Tom progressed through the Junior ranks taking part in the England Boys U-16’s, U-18’s and the British Boys Championship, with Top 20 finishes in both England U-16’s and the British Boys. Following his time playing at the Junior level, Tom secured a scholarship to play NCAA Division 1 golf in Louisiana where he was able to play against some of the top amateur golfers at the time, progressing his abilities and knowledge further.After returning from the States, Tom decided to pursue a career as a Golf Professional and started his PGA in October 2020, wishing to utilise his passion for the sport to help others. He intends to specialise in coaching and custom fitting and is currently coaching in the Junior academy at Ferndown Forest and will be responsible for the custom fitting here at Broadstone.
Sam began his career at Parkstone Golf Club at the age of 12 where he quickly became a single figure golfer within the first 8 months. Early on Sam knew golf was the career he wanted to pursue. After finishing school he played full time as an amateur before deciding to turn professional in 2021, when we was fortunate to be offered a trainee position at Broadsto