Zander Culverwell can be a dream maker

Former Scottish Amateur champion Zander Culverwell is hoping to help create American dreams for young golfers after taking up a new role.

Thursday, 2nd May 2019, 6:30 am
Former Scottish Amateur Championship Zander Culverwell

The Edinburgh man has become a regional associate with ProDreamUSA, the company which he used to secure a spell at the University of Minnesota before coming home to attend the University of Stirling.

“Zander’s appointment is a huge bonus for ProDreamUSA and, most importantly, for our clients,” said ProDreamUSA managing director Brendan McKenna.

“He is a terrific example of a late developer, who didn’t reach any great heights as a junior golfer but, after spending time in the USA, came back a much-developed and improved player, going on to win the Scottish Amateur Championship. We are delighted to have him join our staff.”

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Culverwell, who also won the Lothians Amateur Championship before joining the pro ranks, added: “I’m really looking forward to joining the ProDreamUSA team.

“The company has really changed since I was a client and I’m excited to use my experiences in the USA as well as here in Scotland to benefit and educate the next generation of golfers about the opportunities available.”