Performance Squad

Performance Squad

Our Performance Squad is selected at the beginning of each year and typically numbers 12-14 each year as a mixture of men and ladies. These players typically have handicaps ranging from +3 to scratch, with many holding international honours for their respective countries. The squad receives a full support package including coaching, external support and tournament expenses. Any players applying to the University who would like to be considered for the Performance Squad are encouraged to contact the Director of Golf as early as possible in the application process.


Matthew Myers

Nationality: England

DOB: 11/08/1997

Study: 3rd Year - Physics

Handicap: +2

WAGR: 1394

Peter Kerr

Nationality: Northern Ireland

DOB: 27/10/1997

Study: 3rd Year - Chemistry

Handicap: +2

WAGR: 1741

Cameron Franssen

Nationality: Scotland

DOB: 17/04/1996

Study: 5th Year - Chemistry

Handicap: Scratch

WAGR: 3242

Tobias Hein

Nationality: Germany

DOB: 20/05/1994

Study: Post Graduate - Management

Handicap: +1


Jack Rogan

Nationality: Scotland

DOB: 28/05/1997

Study: 3rd Year - Geography

Handicap: 1


Alexa Hammer

Nationality: USA

DOB: 09/01/1997

Study: 4th Year - International Relations

Handicap: 1

WAGR: 1824

Fern Clark

Nationality: England

DOB: 15/01/1998

Study: 3rd Year - English

Handicap: 3

WAGR: 1715

Kirsten Brown

Nationality: Scotland

DOB: 20/05/1999

Study: 2nd Year - Chemistry

Handicap: 2

WAGR: 1465

Josie Baker

Nationality: USA

DOB: 25/01/2000

Study: 1st Year - Economics and Management

Handicap: 1


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