Saturday November 23, 2019

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"I’d like to become an internationally renowned coach"

17th July, 2016

Karol Crowe Picture: Miki Barlok

Born in Tipperary in 1979, Karol Crowe studied sports science at Victoria University in Australia, where he developed his passion for golf, before taking a PGA degree at the University of Birmingham. He started his career as a professional golf coach by joining the PGA in 2008 and he has worked with some of the top instructors in the US, Ireland and Britain. He has recently joined the Fota Island Golf Academy in Cork as...

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