PGA Pro RobCalderbank
Using a combination of skills and knowledge developed as a professional player and thousands of hours teaching experience, Rob brings both his passion and his expertise to the range, helping you believe & achieve!
Growing up in Sheffield, Rob has sport running through his veins. Having played a variety of sports to a high level, Rob devoted his time to Golf at age 15 and enjoyed a short but sweet amateur career representing Hillsborough Golf Club & the Sheffield Golf Union at numerous levels.
Turning Professional in 2011, Rob made the decision to turn a hobby into a career. Undertaking his PGA Training at Hillsborough G.C whilst continuing to develop his game, in local tournaments.
Rob continues to work hard to develop his own game, plying his trade in Local and National PGA Events.
In 2015 Rob joined Loxley Driving Range to Coach full time, in 4 1/2 year period building a fantastic stable of long term clients in a beautiful environment in the Sheffield Countryside.
Since early 2019 Rob moved on to take over the Coaching at Concord Park Golf Club. Building strong links with the local community and surrounding facilities, the aim is to provide access to top quality coaching in a relaxed and affordable environment.
With access to the 18 hole course & driving range players can work on every area of their game including bunkers, shortgame and course management.
What some students had to say:
"I have had lessons with Rob for 18 months and he is the ultimate professional with a complete understanding of golf. Rob has a passion for the game that he transfers in each and every lesson. He has a unique approach to the game which has allowed to me to make great progress whilst working with him. Rob uses innovative and exiting methods of delivery such as the Skytrak launch monitor which he uses to confirm & cement swing changes. Rob is by far the best golf coach I've worked with and will continue to work with."
- Nathan M.
"Managed to take my slice and turn in into a soft draw that goes so much further! We're now looking at shooting level par, not breaking 90. Improvement?"
- Sam B.