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Chris Meadows

An Advanced Fellow of the PGA, his career spans more than forty years. Author of many instructional books including the international best seller 'The Encyclopedia of Golf'. As a broadcaster with BBC, Channel 4 and for ten years as CNN Living Golf's Resident Professional, his notable interviews include Tiger Woods, Arnold Palmer, Greg Norman, Padraig Harrington and many more.  Chris' journey in golf began beside coach Ian Connelly - Nick Faldo's coach for the first ten years of his career - on the way to becoming the youngest head professional in the UK at 21. At 24, he built the Regent's Park Golf & Tennis School in London, subsequently opening Metro Golf Centre in North West London, followed by centres in Manchester, Glasgow and Harrow as director of Playgolf PLC. By travelling the globe and playing most of the world's best courses, his wealth of experience and passion for the game will be evident in the insights provided on screen or through our blog.

Louis Meadows

Swinging a club became second nature to Louis from a young age, getting his first glimpse of golf on the courses carved into the sand dunes of the Scottish coastline, at the Machrie, Machrihanish and Shiskine Golf Clubs. After breaking 100 at the age of 9, he became a Category one golfer at the age of 15 after shooting a 2-under 68. Now 24 years old, he plays most of his golf in the UK at The Royal St George's Golf Club. The British and Ireland links courses in particular have always been his favourite, and there cannot be a much better feeling than hitting a crisp long iron off the links turf! With a detailed knowledge of many golf courses, the history of the game, the architects, players of the past and present and the technical aspects of the golf swing, he will provide a fresh, young amateur perspective that will be of great value to the television and blog series. 

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