BROMBOROUGH Golf Club has appointed Andy Woolley as general manager designate.
He has replaced Alisdair Mackay who retired on January 31.
The pair worked together last month to ensure a smooth transition.
Bromborough chairman, Andy Leadbetter, said: “Andy was the standout candidate being so well qualified for the role having achieved significant success in a number of jobs with Nat West Bank and more recently as the club manager for Neston Cricket Club.
“This is another key appointment for us alongside course manager Darren Anderson and evidences our determination for Bromborough Golf Club to be the premier selection for those golfers on the Wirral who wish to play their golf at a parkland location.
“In welcoming Andy we also bid the fondest of farewells to Alisdair who has done a magnificent job for us for nearly 10 years and, aged 74, thoroughly deserves a long and enjoyable retirement.”
Woolley added: “I am extremely delighted to take on this role at Bromborough Golf Club. To have the opportunity to work with the team and to help develop the club’s already fantastic reputation is something I am looking forward to hugely.”