The Pro & Pro Shop

Pro Shop

At Haverfordwest Golf Club our aim is to provide the best value to all our customers through exceptional service whether that is purchasing new equipment, developing skills or advice on the course.

We are a retail partner with top brands such as Ping, Taylormade, Titleist, Srixon and Motocaddy. As part of Foremost, our buying group, we can offer in-store and on-line equipment to our customers. 

Using our GCQuad launch monitor technology, we are able to custom fit any club and any big brands such as Ping and Taylormade. We offer free fittings 7 days a week.

 

Lessons available to book £20 for 30 minutes or book a package of six lessons for £100. Why not practice indoors using our GC Quad golf simulator available to hire for £20 per hour.

 

To arrange a free fitting, lessons or book the simulator call 01437 764523 – Opt 4 or email proshophgc@outlook.com

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Head PGA Professional
Elliot Harding

Elliot began playing Golf as a junior and at 16 years of age he became a Welsh Schoolboys International and won the Dyfed Championships age 17. After reaching a handicap of +1 Elliot turned Professional and was elected to full PGA status in 2016. He still plays in the south west region and placed 4th in the Welsh PGA National tournament 2015.

He provides high quality coaching and custom fitting ensuring all members and visitors are satisfied customers.

“My aim is to provide quality products with superior customer service to ensure that every customer is satisfied with their shopping experience. Also to pass on my Professional knowledge to assist the customer in making the correct decision whilst purchasing.”

PGA Coach
Alan Spencer

Alan has played golf for 30 years and now plays off a handicap of 4. He has represented Haverfordwest Golf Club at every level and is the current club champion.

Alan is Level 1 PGA trained and is currently taking his level 2&3 Coaching Course. His focus is with the Junior Section and New2Golf. In 2024 he helped grow the Juniors section to 46 members and developed ongoing relationship with three schools in the Haverfordwest area.