Mark Roe - short game

Mark Roe turned professional in 1981 and became a member of the European Tour in 1985. Twenty-five enjoyable years and three European Tour victories later, Mark retired from tournament golf in 2006. 

Mark then became a regular TV analyst, and more recently has been establishing himself as one of the game's leading short-game coaches.

In his first year as a coach (2007) Mark worked with four European Tour Pros. By the end of the year, all four were winners. Mark also works with Lee Westwood, Nick Dougherty, Ollie Fisher, Thomas Bjorn, Paul McGinley and Lloyd Saltman.

Ross noticed that Mark was working well with these fellow professionals, in particular Lee Westwood who returned to his world-class form under the watchful eye of Roe.

Mark began working with Ross in March 2008. Roe noticed that "while Ross is a world-class talent, his short game doesn’t match the rest", and they began fine-tuning that area together.

Ross acknowledges the contribution “Roey" has made to his game: "Its all about the short game, and thanks to Roey that aspect of my game is much sharper. Couldn't have done it without him!"

To learn more about Mark, and the "Art of the Short Game", please visit