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Great Britain & Ireland Team

Meet the Great Britain & Ireland PGA Cup team captained by Cameron Clark aiming to retain the Llandudno Trophy at Barton Creek Resort in Austin, Texas.

Captain Cameron Clark, 45
Moor Hall Park Golf Club, West Midlands

Cam Clark


CUP RECORD 2015 (2-2-0)
Earned European Tour card in 1998 and played in the 1997 Open Championship at Royal Troon. Won numerous Midland Order of Merit titles, including the Midland Professional Championship, Midland Match Play and Midland Open. Was vital part of GB&I’s winning effort at CordeValle in 2015. Served as a GB&I Vice Captain in 2017 at Foxhills Club & Resort. 


David Higgins, 46
Waterville Golf Links, Co. Kerry

David Higgins


CUP RECORD 2017 (3-1-1)
David Higgins was Ireland’s leading amateur player before he turned professional in 1994. Two years later the Kerry man finished inside the Order of Merit in his debut season on the European Tour. Higgins has three Challenge Tour titles to his name. The 44-year-old won the Irish PGA Championship in 2012 and last year he was winner of the PGA Professional Championship. 


Vice-Captain Michael Watson, 49
Wessex Golf Club, Weymouth

Michael Watson

CUP RECORD 2015 (1-2-0)
Winner of more than 100 PGA events including the PGA Play-Offs in 2009 and the 2005 PGA Fourball Championship alongside Martyn Thompson. Watson Was vital part of GB&I’s winning effort at CordeValle in 2015.


Robert Coles, 47
Maylands Golf & Country Club, Essex

Robert Coles 2


CUP RECORD 2017 (4-1-0)
Three-time winner on the European Tour’s Challenge Tour (2009 Challenge of Ireland; 2009 Moroccan Classic; 2003 BA CA Golf Open). A regular on the European Tour Card (best finish: runner-up at 2011 Avantha Masters) via the Challenger Tour. 2014 PGAs of Europe Fourball Champion. Returns for second consecutive PGA Cup following an impressive display in 2017 finishing 4-1-0 with victories in his final four matches.


Matthew Cort, 45
Beedles Lake Golf Club, Leicestershie

Matthew Cort 2

CUP RECORD 2017 (3-1-0)
Sports extensive experience on the European Tour (85 career events played), which yielded a pair of top-10 finishes. In 2002, finished in the money in 12 of 22 tournaments...Has played in two Open Championships (2001, ‘02), including a T-69 in 2002 at Muirfield. Winner of the 2018 English PGA Championship and the 2016 PGA Play-offs. Is a three-time British Assistant Champion and a five-time Midland Order of Merit winner.

David Dixon, 42
Enmore Park Golf Club, Somerset

David Dixon 2

CUP RECORD 2017 (2-1-2)
Earned the Silver Medal (low amateur, T-30) at the 2001 Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St. Annes. Has played in over 250 European Tour events and tallied 12 top-10s, including a victory in the 2008 Saint-Omer Open. Winner of the 2015 European Q School. As an amateur, won the 2000 Lytham Trophy, the 2000.


Alastair Forsyth, 43
Mearns Castle Golf Academy, Glasgow

Alastair Forsyth 2

Has played in eight major championships (4 Open Championships, 3 PGA Championships, one U.S. Open) and made six cuts (best finish: T-9 in the 2008 PGA at Oakland Hills). Two-time winner on the European Tour (2008 Madeira Islands Open, 2002 Carlsberg Malaysian Open). Represented Scotland in five World Cups. In 1999, won the MasterCard Tour Order of Merit and ‘Tartan Tour’ Money List in Scotland.

Jordan Godwin, 28
Barnehurst Golf Club, Bexleyheath, Kent

Jordan Godwin 2

Has recorded back-to-back top-10s in GB&I’s PGA Professional Championship. Won 20-plus pro-ams in the PGA South region. Holds course records at Pedham Place, Royal Blackheath and Richmond Park Golf Course. In his amateur days, won the 2009 Boys Open Medal at Royal Blackheath.

Jason Levermore, 40
Little Channels Golf Centre, Chelmsford

David Levermore 2


CUP RECORD 2015 (3-0-2)
Returns to the PGA Cup for the first time since 2015, when he secured more points (8, via a 3-0-2 record) than any player on either team. Is a six-time participant in the BMW PGA Championship, where he recorded an ace in 2013. East Region Order of Merit winner: 2003, ‘05, ‘12, ‘14 and ‘18. Teaming with Ben Steed, won the coveted Lombard Trophy in 2015.



Craig Lee, 42, 
Craig Lee Golf Studio, Stirling

Craig Lee 2

A regular performer on the European Tour (2008, ‘12-16), has posted nine career top-10 finishes. Lost in a playoff to Thomas Bjorn at the 2013 Omega European Masters. Named Scotland Golfsmith GCA Clubmaker of the Year in 2007. In 2000, won the Scottish Assistants Championship. As an amateur, won the 1995 Scottish Boys Stroke Play Championship.

Paul O'Hara, 33
Lochview Golf centre, Coatbridge

Paul Ohara 2


Currently No. 1 in The Professional Golfers’ Association’s PGA Cup rankings. Won the PGA EuroPro Tour’s 2018 Motocaddy Masters, and in 2017, claimed the Northern Open at Lossiemouth and the (GBI&I) Titleist and FootJoy PGA Professional Championship in consecutive weeks. Holds six course records throughout Europe. Is a three-time PGA Scottish Assistant of the Year (2013, ‘14, ‘15). Represented Scotland at the U16, U18 and youth and men’s levels.


Richard Wallis, 38
Canterbury Golf Club, Kent

Richard Wallis 2

CUP RECORD 2013 (2-1-1)
Makes first PGA Cup appearance since 2013. Winner of well over 100 professional events and pro-am competitions. Won the 2011 and ‘12 PGA Play-Offs. Winner of the 2010-12 PGA South of England Region Championship. Competed on the European Tour in 2012 and ‘13. In June 2013, posted a 14-under-par 59 on a par-73 in a professional event – credited as a Guinness World Record – at The Drift Golf Club in East Horsley, Guildford, England.

Alex Wrigley, 29
Hartlepool Golf Club, Durham

Alex Wrigley 2

CUP RECORD 2015 (2-2-0)
PGA Cup veteran returns to the event for the first time since GB&I’s 2015 victory at CordeValle. Two-time winner of the Open Championship Regional Qualifying. Won the Nordic League’s Bravo Tours Open in 2017. Holds five course records throughout Europe.

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