ANDY MARSHALL (HANDICAP 16)
Born in England in 1961, Andy has been a professional freelance travel writer for the past 20 years, During that time, he has travelled to over 50 countries including Sri Lanka, Solomon Islands Barbados, Panama and Hungary to cover a diverse range of lifestyle, travel, golf, food & wine features for various magazines around the world. These days he regularly works with his professional photographer brother Paul particularly on golf, lifestyle and travel features. Andrew lives in a 17th century cottage on the outskirts of Huddersfield in West Yorkshire and most weekends he can be found walking the Pennines with his partner Amanda.
PAUL MARSHALL (HANDICAP 18)
Born in England in 1965, Paul is a professional photographer living in Stockholm with his wife, daughter and Welsh springer spaniel. He works on a freelance basis with different kinds of reportage and portraiture work for various publications in Sweden, ranging from lifestyle and golf to travel and business magazines. Internationally he works with Andy to supply quality images to illustrate their golf features from around the world.
A seasoned editor and writer with more than 20 years under his belt, Benny Teo has travelled the world for golf and now owns and runs a marketing and PR firm and has been keeping busy working on digital marketing campaigns, e-commerce projects and running virtual shows, the latest of which is a fundraiser for a national charity. Outside of that, his life is all about his three girls.
Ken is a keen golfer and currently plays off a 4 handicap. Ken loves golf and pretty much all things related to golf. He especially loves checking out new golf equipment and enjoys travelling to explore new golf courses in the region and beyond. Ken also has a keen interest in the Rules of Golf and has refereed at professional, certain major regional and local amateur events since passing the R&A Rules School in 2005.
Natasha started playing golf some 10 years ago and has developed a self-confessed love-hate relationship with the game. These days, she plays off a 9-handicap and encounters a daily battle to curb her over-swing. Aside from being an ardent supporter of women’s golf, Natasha is also passionate about golf travel and photography. Armed with her camera, this amateur photographer is constantly seeking the elusive perfect golf shot… no pun intended!