|Captain - Mr Russell Davies
|Russell is proud to be the first Welsh captain of Preston Golf Club.
He has been an important member of Council for many years and was instrumental in the reconstitution of Council last year.
Russell began playing golf after he retired from cricket, having captained both Rishton in the Lancashire League and Norden in the Central Lancashire League to league championships.
Russell is married to Claire and has two daughters Ceri and Anna. |
|Lady Captain - Dr Wendy Lambert
|Wendy has been a member of Preston Golf Club for the last 10 years.
Wendy is married and has two girls and they too enjoy a round of golf.
Wendy currently works for Urgent Care Blackpool. Here she is end-of-life lead for out-of-hours services and is passionate and committed to providing high standards of palliative care for patients across the Fylde Coast.
Wendy would like to see the golf club progress and succeed with men and women playing golf harmoniously 365 days a year. |
|President - Mr Nigel Davey
|Nigel has been a member at Preston for just over 25 years. Serving on council since 2013 in a number of positions. Firstly as greens chairman and then in 2016 became the clubs first Chairman. He also chaired the clubs land sale committee until a successful sale was agreed in 2018. Playing most of his golf, until more recently, from a handicap of 7. Nigel has represented the club in both the P&D team and latterly is a member of the Ribble Valley seniors team. He has also won the men's singles knockout title and the club foresomes. When not playing golf Nigel can often be found out on the course assisting the greens team with weekly maintenance of the clubs practice areas.
|Junior Captain - James Nelson
|I am proud to be the Junior Captain for the 2022 season.
I am currently studying maths, business and PE as A-levels at Cardinal Newman College. These subjects were chosen in the dreams of being able to work within the golf/ hospitality industry in the future.
I have been a member at Preston Golf Club since the age of 10 and fell in love with the course when I got a par 4 on the very difficult 4th hole.
I have also been lucky enough to be selected for the Lancashire under 16 and 17 teams. Some of my proudest moments of being a member at this amazing course would have to be winning the Junior Adam Scott trophy and winning the Men's Galloway bowl net competition. |