About the Professional
Stuart Danchin is the Club Professional at West Derby Golf Club. He has been a Qualified Class AA Professional since 1996 and has been at West Derby since May 2008.
After leaving Sheffield University in 1988 with a Business Management Degree, he joined Royal Liverpool Golf Club during which time he became a regular in the Cheshire 1st Team.
During his amateur career he was coached by the world renowned Denis Pugh and it was from this relationship that he developed his own teaching philosophy.
Stuart turned Professional in 1992 and did his PGA training at Wallasey Golf Club and qualified in 1995.
He also gained a Diploma in Sports Psychology from Newcastle College in 1999 which he uses in his day to day teaching to help all levels.
Stuart offers comprehensive tuition for all levels of golfers, and tailors his coaching to the individual needs of the pupil.
He uses C-Swing technology and the use of video cameras in the fantastic indoor facility provided at West Derby Golf Club. This enables him to analyze your swing in slow motion and compare you to the best in the world to help you make that commitment to change.
Cost of lessons
1/2 hour £25.00 (use of video technology included)
Course of 5 lessons £100
Playing lessons from £30.00
Stuart is part of the Foremost and Alliance buying group that enables him to buy at a better price from his Suppliers which can then be passed on to the customer.
He stocks a wide variety of brands including Ping, TaylorMade, Titleist, Nike, Ashworth, Calvin Klein, Footjoy, Proquip and many more. If he does not have what you want please do not hesitate to ask as he can source any products at competitive prices.
When it comes to choosing new irons or a new driver why not get yourself fitted. He is an authorized Ping Fitting centre and can find the right specification for you whether you are 5’4 or 6’5.
He also has a Vector Launch Monitor which can be used to find out whether the new products in stock perform better than your trusty old set. The Launch Monitor will measure: clubhead speed, ball speed, launch angle, and slice/hook spin. All these factors contribute to how far and how straight you hit the ball.