Thanks for taking an interest in a lesson with me at Oppegård Golfklubb. 2019 promises to be an exciting year at the club 😀

This blog here should give you an indication of my coaching style.

Feel free to ask a bunch of questions below or tell me about your game if you want to make a plan before we meet on the range.

Look forward to hearing from you.

(Ikke bekymre deg … Jeg forstår og snakker ok norsk nå etter to år her!)

Med vennlig hilsen, Malc


Without changing my swing, Malcolm was able to give me a vastly improved ability to change my trajectory. I now have many more options yet the game feels as instinctive as before.” – Jordan Mccoll, Europro Tour Professional

“As one of the most enthusiastic golfers out there I had tried to hard to improve. Malcolm provided a clear pathway for improvement, improving my shot choice and psychology on the course. I have reached my lowest ever handicap,!” – Andy P, 3 handicap

Having had a number of lessons during my 40+ years of playing golf Malcolm’s teaching style clicked immediately with me. Whilst most good teaching pros will be able to spot a technical fault, Malcolm’s strength was he managed to match me up with some specific drills to help me improve a new swing adjustment.

Malcolm’s caoching helped me arrest a handicap going upwards and managed to help get it moving back downwards from 6.4 to 4.5 and all with great enthusiasm.  – Colin Erskine 5 handicap

Unlike others, I’m not a low / mid handicapper looking for minor improvements. Despite have dozens of lessons over the years, before my lessons with Malcolm I was still struggling to break 100, or score a par round of 36 points off 28.

I believe the main reason was being an over thinker, I would have a 1000 thoughts in my head whilst addressing the ball and my swing as a result was anything but natural with no natural rhythm or tempo. In the time having lessons with Malcolm, I can’t think of a single lesson based on technicalities.

As a result, my ball striking, consistent and scores have improved as a result. I’m not working hard to continue lowering my handicap and enjoying each round more and more.- Dom Holloran


2006 & 2007 club champion at Nairn Dunbar GC

Turned pro: 2008 @ Nairn Dunbar GC

Achieved PGA qualification in 2011

Finished 3rd in PGA assistants order of merit 2011

Best tournament round: 64 at Paul Lawrie Invitational 2011

Competed full time from 2012 to 2014 on Europro Tour and PGA Scottish Region

2012 winner of Deer Park Assistants Championship

2012 winner of Sandy Pipey Dornoch Masters Championship

Head Professional at Gamola Golf 2015 to 2016

2017 moved to Norway and started at Oppegård Golfklubb