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Having spent 5 years at college and University in Dublin and San Diego, prior to his career in golf, Paul completed a degree in International Business and a diploma in Marketing…

He has been a European Tour player now for over 30 years. Despite winning several tournaments and being a former top 20 ranked player in the world he is best known for his performances in team competitions. As well as winning the World Cup for Ireland with Padraig Harrington in 1997, he has represented Europe on 14 occasions as a player, Vice-Captain & Captain winning an astonishing 13 times, most memorably in 2014 where he led Europe to a comprehensive Ryder Cup victory over America at Gleneagles in Scotland as Captain.

  • BMW PGA Championship - Day 3 - Paul McGinley

This led to many awards including being voted Coach of the year at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2014 and being made an Executive Fellow at London Business School, the first sportsman ever awarded this honour. He currently plays a limited golfing schedule on the Stay sure Legends European Seniors Tour, spends much of his time broadcasting for SKY, ambassadorial work representing his many business partners, golf course design as well sitting on the Ryder Cup Executive Committee.

GAA Games Development Conference in partnership with Sky Sports

The Business Leader

Sport is big business and sport attracts big businesses. Investors need to know how to deliver a return on their investment.

Paul has successfully made the transition from the golf course to the boardroom and he understands what it takes to be both a successful professional athlete, as well as a winning captain and leader. These experiences have allowed Paul to advise his business partners to understand how best to develop a winning strategy based on the most competitive of environments – professional sport.
GAA Games Development Conference in partnership with Sky Sports

Golf Course Designer

  • Classic “risk and reward” golf course design
  • Holes shaped and hazards positioned to encourage the playing strategy of individual holes
  • Players will not be intimidated by ultra penal tee shots
  • Generous landing areas on fairways for men and women
  • Golf shots not always required to be “through the air”
  • Greens without major gradient change
  • Greenside swales to gather slightly miss-directed 2nd shots on Par 4/5’s and run off areas on Par 3’s
  • Green approaches designed to allow the less able player to run the ball onto the green surface
  • Hazards to be in view from teeing areas at all times
  • Style and position of hazards will not unfairly punish the “almost” good shot