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17-19 April 2018 – Trophee Hassan II

The second European Tour trip of the year was at the Trophee Hassan II event in Morocco. It is held at the stunning Royal Golf Dar Es Salam course just outside the country’s capital, Rabat. In many ways it’s an immaculate setting, but there was a feeling amongst the 156-strong field that the greens were too difficult, because of the challenging undulations on them that were a recent tweak by the course designer.

One golfer mentioned that on some greens, if putting from 25 feet, it was difficult to get it within 10 feet, and that players would find themselves trying to hole eight or nine foot putts to make par. That, perhaps, then explains why there were a clutch of players up at +7 or +8 after the opening round!

 Sunny weather was a real bonus, especially after an unexpectedly cold and windy time in Madrid the week before. Despite being close to the coast, the golf course is surrounded and laced with many mature trees and therefore it was almost dead calm for round one on Thursday.

At midday on Wednesday I met up with two golfers so we could spend some time looking at a few Bible verses and then pray together. We reflected on the idea of being ‘bold’ for Christ, and how we can be confident in God equipping us with the ability and courage to do that, if we make it our desire. Here are a couple of the verses we looked at:

Ephesians 6 v 19-20: “Pray also for me, that whenever I open my mouth, words may be given me so that I will fearlessly make known the mystery of the gospel, for which I am an ambassador in chains. Pray that I may declare it fearlessly, as I should.”

Acts 4 v 13: “When they saw the courage of Peter and John and realised that they were unschooled, ordinary men, they were astonished and they took note that these men had been with Jesus.”

I encouraged the two guys not to underestimate the power they can have for God in being ambassadors for Jesus Christ – in the way they behave, in the way they speak and in the way they play golf. The verse in Acts was encouraging because it reminded them that they do not have to be Bible scholars to represent Christ in a good way. Our prayer at the end was that other players will gradually sense that the Christian players are people who ‘have been with Jesus’, so to speak.

There was another player-caddie partnership that had expressed interest in the meeting on Wednesday, but weren’t able to make it. However, I caught up with them for 20 minutes on the putting green later in the day for a chat and that was very worthwhile in gathering more context about their lives.

I can already see how the process is of building relationships and trust with players, caddies and others involved in the European Tour operation is gradual, yet crucial.

Thursdays are very busy in terms of the equipment survey for much of the morning and afternoon, but there was still the opportunity to go out and take in some golf and I varied who I spent time watching.

Overall, I continue to be very grateful for this role on the European Tour, and can see why this presence is so worthwhile. Two events in, I’ve probably made more progress than I expected on the relationship-building side of it, so that is something to be thankful to God for.

The next tournament I attend is from 8-10 May at the Rocco Forte Open in Sicily, so it would be really great if you can pray that God can go before me on that trip.

I sincerely appreciate your interest and support.

Thanks, Kenny

Kenny Crawford, Logos Golf Ministries Chaplain to the European Tour.  You can follow Kenny on Twitter here.


10-12 April 2018 – Open de Espana

My first golf trip with Christians in Sport / LOGOS to the Open de Espana was really worthwhile, interesting and enjoyable – even though the weather in Madrid was quite overcast and cold until Thursday!

Before travelling to Spain, I was encouraged by a verse that my predecessor Ken Revie shared with me:

Isaiah 52 v 12: “…The Lord will go before you, the God of Israel will be your rear guard.”

Remembering that small sentence from the Bible helped me to go into this first event with reassurance of God’s support and help.

It was great to touch base with a few of the players/caddies who are Christians. In particular, I chatted with two players and one caddie who are keen to meet on a regular basis. I’m really looking forward to developing these relationships over the coming months. Next week in Morocco we’ll spend a longer time together looking at a Bible passage and praying together before the tournament begins.

But in a wider sense this work is also about developing relationships and trust with golfers / caddies who are not Christians (the very large majority). So that can often mean simply talking about golf, other sports (most of the golfers are also big football fans!) and family.

I had good chats at the course with a few of the Scottish players who I had existing relationships with through BBC work. Then over dinner I got to know another player from further afield. They are all aware of what my role with Christians in Sport / LOGOS entails, even though it didn’t dominate those conversations.

During the couple of days in Madrid, one person in particular asked me several sincere questions about my Christian faith, and sometimes it was quite challenging to answer those! It was a strong reminder to me that people are searching for true hope in life.

On Thursdays at events, I help a sports marketing company do a survey of players’ equipment. This means being on the practice range for a large part of the day, noting what clubs / balls / clothes the players use, as they each come to the range for 30-60 minutes before they start the tournament. It is another good way of being in close contact with the players and their caddies.

My prayer is that I can be a good ambassador for Christ in the way I speak and act in all my dealings with people on the European Tour.

This Saturday it’s back to BBC football work in Glasgow and then next Tuesday I fly to Rabat in Morocco for a couple of days at the Trophee Hassan event.

Thanks for your interest and support


Kenny Crawford, Logos Golf Ministries Chaplain to the European Tour.  You can follow Kenny on Twitter here.


Mini Tour Event at Prestwick – 30/3/18

Another cold day at the west coast and winter does not want to go away anytime soon this year. The last event of the winter Mini Tour was at the always playable Prestwick St. Nicholas and I was surprised at my mixed group but great to play with a leading Scottish junior and a Ladies European Tour player.

As we sat in the bar before play I had a good chat with the junior player and was blown away that he was still only 17! I was able to inform him of my back story which was quickly backed up by another player sitting down next to us and asking a bit more about Logos. A good start to the day and after a great roll and sausage with coffee we made our way out to get ready.

It was around the 4th hole that I was able to explain to the LET player in more detail regarding my role with Logos along with the Pro-Am at Archerfield, and she seemed quite enthusiastic about it. I think the fact we have Alison Nicholas coming to speak sparked her interest even more but she did seem more interested in my role as a foster carer and how that impacted my life.

The junior player was very quiet during the round but he is a young lad and I can see how golf is the main thing he is focusing on. Later on in the round I asked him about his plans for the future and he is determined to receive a GB & I cap over the next few years and then see where he goes from there. It seems that he has a good amount of support from the SGU and his family, and with how well he plays I think he has a bright future in the game.

It is always difficult to score well when conditions are as cold and windy, but I took this as another practise for the main season and didn’t worry about the score too much. The new clubs are more consistent and I am definitely getting a better flight on the ball with accurate distances. We all finished with really good shots into the final 200 yard par 3 with everyone hitting the green and that’s always a good feeling at St. Nicks, especially with the clubhouse directly to the right of the 18th green.

The one thing I really like about these events is that we all sit down afterwards and have a meal together and this is all included in the entry fee. It gives a good chance for conversation and I was able to speak with a Tartan Tour regular, who just so happened to be interested in the Logos Pro-Am at the end of the year. He wasn’t at the event last year so I thought it would be good for him to attend, and after extending the invite he was more than happy to accept.

A really positive event and all the pros I speak with seem eager to attend the Pro-Am in October. Watch this space.

Please pray for all those mentioned in this report.

In His service,


Vincent Brown, PGA Professional on the Tartan Tour
Vincent Brown, Logos Golf Ministries Ambassador to the Tartan Tour
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Mini Tour Event & Alliance at Western Gailes – 14th & 16th March

With so many rescheduled events this winter it was a busy period with 3 events in the one week and 2 of them at the same venue. I have combined the two events at Western Gailes in this report to prevent overkill.

The first event at Western was a Mini Tour event. I had played with the host last year and he told me about his tour so thought I would try and support it as much as my schedule would allow. As I arrived and made my way to the lounge I met two fellow PGA pros. One was just walking out but I sat and had a coffee with the other and got the chance to tell him about our event at Archerfield this year.

I had been planning on inviting him anyway but thought this was a good chance to get in there early and he was happy to accept the invite. I got the opportunity to chat to him last year about Logos during an event so the Pro-Am will be a good way of moving things forward with him. More to come I think.

We got going around 10.30am in a very cold stiff breeze and my playing partners were one I knew from the old Glasgow Golf Union days and two new faces. I think the former is aware of my role with Logos but he never said anything over the course of the round and neither did the other two boys.

Normally when identifying our balls on the 1st tee it sparks some kind of interest, but even after 9 holes, and hearing some of the conversations the boys were having amongst themselves, I kind of resigned myself to the fact there would not be much interest out of the group. It does happen occasionally but not very often and I always know when to say something and when to leave it.

A very tough day out on the course and a decent score of 75 despite the usual 30mph cross winds. Another practice with the new clubs was very beneficial and I knew I would be using this week to really get a feel for them before the summer season kicks off. Although not much to speak of from the group it was good to catch up with the other PGA pro beforehand and consolidate our previous chats. Always a positive.

On the Friday, I returned to Western for a rearranged Alliance match and the wind had returned with me. A bitterly cold day and I knew it was going to be a tough one but was looking forward to playing with a fellow pro and my dad.

The pro had already agreed to support the Logos Pro-Am at Archerfield and anytime I speak with him he is very encouraging and looks to help in any way possible. As both he and my dad are both relatively quiet guys, it was good to see them engaging well throughout the round, and as we finished off I was pleased with the outcome of the day. Sometimes we think we know all the angles and it just takes a slightly different point of view from the right person to make us see things in a whole new way.

I will see  my fellow pro again soon as we have both been selected for the West of Scotland Alliance to play against the East of Scotland Alliance at Troon in April. This is a great opportunity to get some in-depth chat as the event lasts the whole day with Lunch and Dinner, so I pray for the right situations and some good opportunities to share.

Please pray for those mentioned in this report and for the growth of the ministry in Scotland.

In His service,


Vincent Brown, PGA Professional on the Tartan Tour
Vincent Brown, Logos Golf Ministries Ambassador to the Tartan Tour
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Alliance at West Kilbride – 13/3

After a very long spell of poor weather it was good to finally get going after so many cancelled events over the past couple of months. Having recently been fitted for a new set of clubs, I finally got the chance to try them out and it was good to have a pleasant day at West Kilbride.

It’s not often the sun has made an appearance this year, but as we walked up the 1st hole it almost felt tropical (with a stiff breeze). Once you get past the first couple of holes there is not much shelter, so we felt the full force of the cold wind and we realised that we were still in Scotland. My playing partner and I got chatting right away and it wasn’t long before I was discussing the Logos Golf Ministries Pro-Am of last year where we had Luther Blacklock as our guest speaker.

I got to explain what the purpose of it was and how our guest speakers share their personal stories. I was encouraged when he asked how much it was for a team as this normally shows an interest for attending, and at least the seed was planted for later on in the year as I mentioned that Alison Nicholas was going to speak at our Archerfield event in October.

As we continued round I was surprised how consistent we were playing considering the lack of golf that has taken place, and as my partner was playing off a 2 handicap, he was matching me most of the way round which was good for the competition aspect. Before we turned for the back 9, he mentioned that he knew of a Christian player, who also plays at his club. He knows that the player is quite involved in his church so it’s good that there is another Christian contact there in his area.

From our remaining conversations over the rest of the round, he struck me as a very honest guy who, although has made no particular stance on his faith, is intelligent and keeps an open mind on various issues. I really enjoyed our game together and pray for another opportunity to speak to him which may lead to attending the Logos event at Archerfield.

As we finished the game and said our goodbyes I was left feeling encouraged about my new clubs and my conversations with my playing partner. I just have one more meeting to attend  to confirm everything regarding the Pro-Am for this year and will then send out the details of the day. Looking forward to an exciting year of golf and another successful Logos Pro-Am.

Please pray for those mentioned and for the Logos Pro-Am 2018.

In His service,


Vincent Brown, PGA Professional on the Tartan Tour
Vincent Brown, Logos Golf Ministries Ambassador to the Tartan Tour
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Kenny’s relishing new European Tour role


We are delighted to announce that Kenny Crawford is joining the team bringing support to the professional world of golf.

Kenny, a BBC Sport journalist who has been involved with Christians in Sport for many years, takes over from Ken Revie on the European Tour. Ken has retired after 10 years in the role.

The travelling lifestyle of a Tour golfer means regular and significant times away from local church community and teaching, making it difficult for churches to support and reach them.

The appointment of Kenny comes at the start of an exciting year ahead for the growing LOGOS golf ministry of which Christians in Sport took over leadership in 2017. Kenny will work alongside Alison Nicholas and Vincent Brown. Between them, they will travel on three professional tours (European Tour, Ladies European Tour and Tartan Tour) to offer their support in 2018.

Kenny Crawford

Kenny (pictured) said: “I’m so pleased and grateful to be given this opportunity to help LOGOS and Christians in Sport on the European Tour. The circumstances which led to it happening have given me a settled belief that it is the right path to pursue. It is sure to be interesting and exciting, yet challenging too. I can see how the life experiences I’ve had so far have all helped to form a blend of attributes that God can graciously use. My love for golf, people and Christ will hopefully shine through.”

Kenny is married to Amy and they have a daughter called Jessica, who will turn two in May. He is one of eight elders at Cartsbridge Evangelical Church in Busby, Glasgow, and a regular preacher for both the whole congregation and at the youth fellowship. Between 2009 and 2011, he attended a part-time theology course at Tilsley Bible College in Motherwell.

He added: “Since 2012, I’ve worked as a sports journalist at BBC Sport Scotland. I thoroughly enjoy it and hope to continue in that career as well. Through it I have built up good, personal relationships with several golfers. Hopefully the roles with LOGOS and BBC Sport Scotland can work alongside each other well, as we go forward.”

Christians in Sport General Director Graham Daniels said: “We are delighted that Kenny has made himself available to travel on the European Tour. Kenny’s theological training and understanding of the professional world of golf makes him a perfect fit to build upon the lasting-legacy left by Ken Revie during his 10 years of service on the Tour.’’



Alison Nicholas (left) and Vincent Brown are LOGOS’ representatives on the Ladies European Tour and Tartan Tour respectively

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Mini Tour Event at Troon Darley – 5/1/18

The Christmas decorations had not long been put away before one of my earliest ever outings of a new season. I had been contacted by my fellow Pro, John Henry, as there were a few spaces left for his mini-tour event at Troon Darley. I had not been playing at all over the festive period due to work and weather, but felt that I should go along and get an early swing in. It was a very stiff swing but I just wanted a game to see where I was at and what needed to be addressed.

As I arrived at Troon there were only about 12 of us playing but this meant we could all sit and have a chat before going out and I was surprised to see a certain Ronan Rafferty there. As we sat with our tea and coffee, I realised that half of the guys there were not known to me as they were not PGA pros, but Europro players. This is a step up in standard and I thought it would be good to play with some of these guys just to see how good they are.

We ended up playing in 4-balls, which is unusual for an individual tournament but made for a friendly game.  I was by far the oldest in our group and I have noticed this is becoming more and more common!

Over the first half dozen holes it became clear that I was a bit rusty but it was good to stretch the muscles again and I also got the chance to chat to each of the guys about my role. Each of them asked me about my attachment on a different hole of the front 9 so the same conversation was had a few times and now they know about Logos and what we are trying to do. Two of our group were in better form but we all had those dodgy early season shots to forget, for me some more dodgy than others.

I could see one of the ‘form guys’ was a very good player and he was telling me that playing on the Europro tour is very tough because everybody out there is just as good as each other and anyone can win on a given day. He has been doing this for a few years now so must be doing ok, and he mentioned about going to Portugal for a couple of weeks before the season fully kicks off to get some decent practice.

It is so very cold in this country at this time of year and very difficult to get the body working well in these conditions. I hope he has a good season will probably meet up with him again at another of John’s events as he said he’ll play in most of them going forward.

As the other two in our group were both PGA assistants we also chatted about their clubs. One mentioned that he gets quite a lot of time to go and play due to his boss understanding the playing side of it being a fairly successful player himself on the Tartan tour. He looks as if he could become a very good player and from seeing his name up there a couple of times last year I think he can become one of the Tartan tour’s prominent names.

The other shared with me that his club is really struggling with member numbers due to deals being offered elsewhere to the point they are not sure how much longer they will be able to keep going. It’s always sad when a club gets to a stage that the land becomes more valuable for something else due to a ‘better deal’ and although he mentioned they are getting some members back because the deals didn’t work for the individuals, they still might have to sell some land to keep the club open for at least another 15 years. I hope it works out for them as the family have been the pros there a while now and they deserve better.

It was good to chat with the guys over a fairly laid back competitive game and get the feeling we will all cross paths again soon. More seeds sown and I pray for God to bless the year ahead with prosperity. Overall a decent day out that reminded me I needed some practice but more importantly investment in some new equipment. I’m being fitted next week!

Please pray for the growth of the ministry,

In His service


Vincent Brown, PGA Professional on the Tartan Tour
Vincent Brown, Logos Golf Ministries Ambassador to the Tartan Tour
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West of Scotland Golfers Alliance – Prestwick St. Nicholas (7/11/17)

For the final event of the year it was nice to return to Prestwick St. Nicholas where we held our Logos Golf Day in 2016. Although a fresh day, there was no frost and we were able to play the full course with the greens running well. It’s not often you get a course in such good condition in November, but coastal courses cope with the winter much better than anything inland and it’s all down to the firm sand-based turf.

I was playing with a very good professional from Clydebank, and although he is not affiliated with the PGA, he plays in some of the higher tier tours such as the Europro Tour. As we got going, he shared with me that he started his own mini tour around Scotland, open to PGA pros and non-affiliates. I was quite impressed with this as he is only 25 and has received some backing for this which allows for a reasonable prize fund.

By the time we got to the second hole I was able to share with him about the recent Logos Pro-Am and this led on to discussing my faith and the vision for Logos in Scotland. He was also looking at Archerfield as one of his courses for an event and we were of the same view that we wanted the best venues for our future events as it sets the standard going forward.

As we finished the front nine, I thought I was playing reasonably well but he was four shots ahead of me at four under. The one thing he was doing extremely well was putting. It seemed as though everything he looked at went in and I asked him if he had been working on this to which he replied that he had been ‘fitted’ for his putter.

It is quite common now for decent players to be fitted for their clubs, but not so much the putter. He mentioned that he always thought he was a fairly decent putter but then went for a fitting and could not believe how much it helped. I suppose this makes sense but it was not something I had thought about much. As we continued playing, he kept rolling the putts in and as we stood on the final hole he was sitting at eight under par. I had not being playing badly, but to be 10 shots behind him at that point was a sobering thought. He finished with a par for 61 and a superb round to watch. (Note to self : Get fitted for putter in January!)

We sat in the lounge for a quick bite before leaving and we discussed various things such as his future events and family life, but he didn’t ask any more about Logos or what I’d spoke to him about earlier. I am keen to support his tour and think this could be another avenue to meet different professionals.

Another player came over to us to congratulate my partner on his round and as he knows him fairly well, he jokingly commented that he needed a drugs test after such a good round. I mentioned to the other player about how solid the round was and he smiled, shaking his head, probably because he knows how good my partner is.

On my way out I gave him my number to include me in any information about future events and the other player is also attending some of his events too so we shall see where it goes. I’ll try to keep in touch with the boys early in the new year and consolidate yet another friendship that has been made through the Alliance.

Please pray for those mentioned in this report and for the work that will continue in 2018 and beyond. Many thanks for your support throughout the year and have a great Christmas and new year.

Blessings to you all.

In His service,


Vincent Brown, PGA Professional on the Tartan Tour
Vincent Brown, Logos Golf Ministries Ambassador to the Tartan Tour
Contact Vincent by email



West of Scotland Golfers Alliance – Glasgow Gailes (30/10/17)

It’s been a long time since I last played Glasgow Gailes but I have fond memories of amateur golf with the Glasgow Golf Union and playing with former Walker Cup player, Graham Shaw, in the Glasgow Strokeplay 22 years ago and just managing to finish a shot ahead of him.

The overall layout of the course has not changed apart from a few new tees to lengthen the course. It always was a fairly short course for being an Open Championship Final Qualifying venue but some very challenging par 4s on the back 9 make up for it.

I was playing with a local amateur and a fellow pro I know well. We were off around 9am and it was a strange experience on the West coast to not have a breath of wind, almost surreal.

As we got underway I got the chance to have some good chats with the amateur player about kids, football, golf and of course Logos. We got on well and in between shots of the front 9, we had covered the poor state of Scottish football and how he really enjoys running his son’s football team, but this does interfere with how much golf he gets to play.

He wouldn’t swap it though and I really admire his dedication to helping the kids learn to play football properly without the rubbish that goes along with it. He mentioned that the worst thing is the ‘over enthusiastic’ parents that need to be reminded how to behave and he struck me as the kind of guy who does not put up with any nonsense. I like his style.

I was pleasantly surprised that when mentioning about Logos and Christians in Sport, he said that he’d actually read some of my reports from the website so he was already familiar with what I was doing. I think that is a first for one of my playing partners to be a step ahead of what I was saying but very positive, and as we stay not far from one another I hope this is the beginning of friendship that can continue forward.

I also got chatting to the pro about the plans for next year’s Logos Pro-Am and I shared with him that we were possibly looking to the East coast for next year with one of the main venues being Archerfield Links. He agreed this was a great choice of venue, but knows it can be pricey.

What I was blown away with when visiting Archerfield recently was the attention to detail and they were able to cater for our every need, and more. Too often as Christians we accept second best, but I am a great believer that to represent God fully we need to aim for the best as this sets the tone for the future. Something to pray about.

As we played round I was pleased to be playing reasonably well apart from a couple of stray tee shots which cost me a placing. I will put the good play down to some teaching from Luther Blacklock who helped me to understand the mechanics of the golf swing through his analysis of Ben Hogan.

It’s so true that you are never to old to learn and I realised that I had been making it more difficult for myself trying to do it the way I knew. I’m happy to say I am nowhere near as stubborn as I used to be but can still have my moments.

The pro played well and finished with a 72 which was very good after the wind got up for the back 9. I was a few shots back from that, but was still quite happy with my overall play and excited about working on the new fundamentals over the winter. Looking forward to next year already.

As we finished, we all agreed to catch up again at Prestwick St. Nicholas for the final Alliance of 2017. As I chatted with the pro over a coffee before our departure I shared that I hoped to make it into the top 40 of the order of Merit next year, but he felt I should aim higher than that as I was capable of top 25.

The top 25 normally signifies the players exempt from all tournaments and if you finish there you are called a ‘Top 25 player’. This is a big jump for me, but after what I said earlier about striving for the best then I have no excuses. I value the pro’s opinion and if he feels I could manage it, then top 25 it is. The tools are there, I just need to keep putting the work in.

Please pray for those mentioned in this report and for the 2018 Logos Golf Ministries Pro-Am.

In His service,


 Vincent Brown, PGA Professional on the Tartan Tour
Vincent Brown, Logos Golf Ministries Ambassador to the Tartan Tour
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West of Scotland Golfers Alliance – Dundonald – 16/10

The start of the Alliance fixtures signal the final months of the golfing season and it was nice to return to Dundonald where we held our very successful Pro-Am this year. After a lengthy delay on the M77 due to an overturned truck, I managed to arrive just in time, and Margaret was kind enough to rearrange the times so that nobody had to rush. A few of us got caught with the delays so this helped the running order.

I was asked to play with one of my fellow professionals, who I have often been paired with this year. We joked that we never really saw each other for 15 years and now it feels as though we see each other every other week. He also played in the Logos Pro-Am as one of the team professionals so it was good to get his feedback.

As we got started, he commented that he really enjoyed the Pro-Am and thought it went really well. He knows about the vision of having a series of events in years to come and totally gets the idea of faith.

He mentioned about finding our own truth, which means being honest about where we are in our life so that we can begin to do something about it. I have to say that the golf was secondary  as we both chatted non-stop all the way round and I know it was no accident that I ended up playing with him again. He shared a joke with me that says quite a lot about how many of us see God and you may have heard it but I’ll share it anyway.

‘During a flood a man is floating in the water and he is shouting to God to save him. Five minutes later a small boat sails by, but the man but he says he’ll wait because God is going to save him. Ten minutes later a larger yacht sails by, but the man declines the help as God will save him. As the waters get higher a helicopter stops over him to pick him up, but the man is adamant God will save him. The man drowns.

As the man stands before God after death he questions why God did not save him to which God tells the man that he tried by sending two boats and a helicopter, what else was he expecting?’

The other pro and I both agreed that too often we expect God to do all the work and forget that He guides us and makes a way for us. We have our part to play and he does not just fix everything by snapping his fingers.

A really good day and some great conversation that I know will continue in our future meetings. I look forward to speaking with him again and know he is enthusiastic about supporting our future events.

In his service,


 Vincent Brown, PGA Professional on the Tartan Tour
Vincent Brown, Logos Golf Ministries Ambassador to the Tartan Tour
Contact Vincent by email