Pudney moving from Mundesley to Hunstanton

PUBLISHED: 08:56 17 February 2017

Ryan Pudney is leaving Mundesley Golf Club to take up a new role at Hunstanton. Photo by Tony Marshall/Getty Images.

Ryan Pudney is leaving Mundesley Golf Club to take up a new role at Hunstanton. Photo by Tony Marshall/Getty Images.

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Ryan Pudney is bidding farewell to Mundesley after almost seven years’ service.

The club’s golf operations manager is moving 50 miles along the coast to take up the position of general manager at Hunstanton.

Pudney, an active member of the PGA, said he he would be leaving Mundesley with many happy memories.

“Mundesley is an excellent club to be a member of, both for its friendly welcome and for the relaxing atmosphere in which to play golf,” he commented

Donald Stuart, chairman at Mundesley, paid tribute to Pudney, adding: “We have benefited enormously from his enthusiasm, good golf counsel and encouragement to new, ever present, young and aspiring golfers. We wish him well and know he will be successful and trust going forward he will be a frequent visitor to our club.”

Ryan will support the club in finding his replacement before he joins up with his new team at Hunstanton.

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