Professional Details

Calum Lawson – Head Professional

Calum Lawson

Calum Lawson started as Head Professional at Linlithgow Golf Club in February 2018. Calum turned Professional ten years ago and brings a wealth of experience from some of Scotland’s finest Golfing Facilities.

After holding positions at The Blairgowrie Golf as well as The Gleneagles Golf Academy, he is accustomed to providing an elite service in all aspects of Golf Operations.

As a coach Calum enjoys the challenge of helping anyone improve their Golf and enjoy the game as much as possible. Calum teaches fellow Professionals who have won on the Tartan Tour down to complete beginners and everyone in between.

“The most important aspect of golf for any player is to have fun, I hope my coaching helps you to improve and ultimately enjoy the game that little bit more.”

He is also a very experienced Custom Fitter after being the Head Fitter at Gleneagles, ensuring a high standard of fitting will be achieved at Linlithgow Golf Club. Calum stocks the latest in Golfing Technology and will custom fit for all clubs, including putters!

Calum stocks the leading brands in Golf from Hardware, Apparel, Electric Trollies, Golf Balls and Accessories.

Everyone is welcomed at Linlithgow Golf Club and that is no different at the Professional Shop so please feel free to get in contact anytime and Calum and his team looks forward to helping you in anyway.

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Peter Whiteford – Assistant Professional

Peter Whiteford

Former European tour golfer, Peter Whiteford will be joining Calum’s team in February and looks forward to starting his new career at Linlithgow Golf Club.

After a two year stint in America on a golfing scholarship, Peter turned Professional in 2002. Peter had two wins on the EuroPro tour and earned promotion to the European Challenge Tour in 2004. After four years of learning his trade and three wins he secured his European Tour Card in 2008.

Peter enjoyed a successful career on the tour until loosing his card at the end of the 2014 season and returning to the Challenge tour.
Unfortunately, injury has cut his playing career short however at the age of 37 he is eager to get going again and pass down some of his knowledge and learn the trade from outside of the ropes.

“As a player I had the time of my life. There is no real secret to success, like in any job it comes down to hard work and dedication. Also regardless of age or level, the most important thing is to have fun”.