I first met Harry at the British Boys Championship in 2012. I could tell then by comparing to other players that Harry was a late bloomer. In developing young golfers I like this as they develop the skills like grit, determination and the ability of dealing with difficult situations.

Harry has the unique ability to shoot lower scores in tournament play than he does in practice. This is very uncommon in all sports. It is this ability that makes me believe that if Harry keeps playing, he will reach his goal of playing on the European Tour.

On a personal note, you couldn’t meet a nicer young man. It was always fun walking the fairways with him during his preparation time at tournaments and grinding it out on the range in the golf winter of England.

He optimises all of the quality attributes a golfer needs on and off the course to succeed.  

Stuart Morgan , Director of Coaching at IJGA

I have known Harry since he was 7 years old when he first joined the club as a junior and started attending my weekly coaching classes. He hardly ever missed a lesson such was and still is his great enthusiasm and determination to be the best player he can be. It was clear to see even then that Harry had great ability driven by an excellent work ethic to improve every department of his game. This is still his mantra today. Keep improving every year and you will succeed!!! Harry always carries himself immaculately and gives a lot of time back to helping other juniors and club members who are learning the game.

Brian Mudge , Club Professional Overstone Park GC