Chris Jelly, one of Northern Ireland's best young coaches, is the Head Teaching Professional at Dungannon
Golf Club, where Darren Clarke played prior to turning pro. Prior to Darren, Carol Wallace, under the skillful
tutelage of her father Paddy Wallace, Dungannon's first pro, won the British Girls Championship and the
Irish Girls Championship.
Chris embraces modern technology and new concepts to make coaching effective and
Whether it's a complete coaching programme, golf basics, tweaking a swing, advice on equipment or coaching
juniors Chris is there to help squeeze the most out of this wonderful game that both tantalises and frustrates
in equal measures.
Padraig Harrington says " regular tuition and advice from a PGA professional whether on technique or
equipment- is one of the most beneficial things any golfer can do to improve not only their game but also their
enjoyment of golf".
Karl Morris suggests that "95% of golfers are wasting their time in the way they practice". Recent
research by USGA supports this... the average handicap for the male for male golfers was 16 in 2011
and FORTY years ago it was 16!
Chris Jelly will help you improve your handicap with a personalised road map that includes
coaching in all shots from driver to putting, mental aspects and a structured practice program.
Coaching can either be arranged at Dungannon Golf Club or at The Barry Hamill Golf Academy near
Cookstown. For contact information and directions - see Contact Chris
For those of you who cannot travel to Dungannon Chris offers an email
service using video and cSwing analysis.
Contact Chris today to take your game to the next level. Mob 07703
"Don't be too proud to take a lesson" - Jack Nicklaus