After sharpening his skills at Gleddoch Golf & Country Club, George turned professional in 1997 and finished that year with his first Tartan Tour top-10 in the Edinburgh Crystal Scottish PGA championship at Turnberry. During his professional golf career George has equalled a course record, won a professional golf tournament, finished as top Scottish player in the British PGA assistants’ championship, as well as various top-10 finishes in Tartan Tour events. In 2001, George graduated as a PGA professional with 100% in his swing theory project.
George worked closely for eight years with the late Adam Hunter, learning the Adam Hunter performance golf philosophy. With 20 years coaching experience now behind him, George has been a Regional Performance Coach for eight years, helping 16 different players to their first Scotland cap in that time – with some going on to compete on the European and world amateur stage. During 2016, some of the players he coached achieved the following: Scottish Amateur champion, Scottish Boys’ Order of Merit winner, Scottish U16s champion and The Amateur Championship runner-up. Further qualifications include: awarded the distinction of PGA Fellow by The PGA, Trackman Master Professional, The Golfing Machine (GSEB).