Brendan McDaid (PGA Pro European Golf Coach) has qualified for the 104th Irish PGA in Adare Manor.
In an interview after having qualified for Irish PGA Brendan stated “I feel it is important to show that I can not only teach people how to play golf but that I can actually play golf myself at the highest level. Every week I teach people how to improve their game and I feel it is time to demonstrate that I practice what I preach. I haven’t played at this level since I gave up the European Tour in 1987 to became a full time golf coach, so I am really looking forward to playing in the Irish PGA in Adare”.
Brendan will not be available to give golf lessons during the Irish PGA but will be available to give golf lessons from Monday the 6th October.