DANNY WARDROP

Danny is hugely experienced in the golf industry with over 18 years’ experience in the game both as a player and as a player manager. He played top Amateur golf for England and turned professional in 2003 playing EuroPro, Challenge and main tour events, with his career highlight playing in the Open Championship in 2009. Danny then moved into management where he’s worked with a number of players including Ryder Cup star Jamie Donaldson and world top 40 and Ryder Cup winner Tyrrell Hatton. Danny’s experience working with high profile golfers, his knowledge of the US market, plus his expertise in contract negotiation and scheduling is a huge asset to the team at Modest! Golf Management.

MARK MCDONNELL

Mark has worked in the sports industry for over 14 years initially starting out working in the football world before moving across into the golf industry when he was 24 years old. Mark has since worked for two of the leading brands in golf, Srixon and TaylorMade adidas Golf. The latter in which he was employed as one of the youngest account managers in their history, winning account manager of the year in only his second year with the brand. Mark has a vast amount of experience in working with high profile clients, lifestyle management and works with many large corporate companies on a daily basis. Mark also heads up the Horan and Rose biannual event which raises a huge amount of money for several charities across the world.

Niall Horan

Niall has spent many years whilst working in the music industry forging fantastic relationships and contacts within the corporate world. In addition, Niall has worked closely supporting initiatives such as Drive Chip Putt in America to help support and encourage the next generation of golfers break through, something which is very important to Niall. A keen golfer Niall has spent the last four years spending as much time as possible on all the golf tours including the Challenge, European and USPGA tour and is a driving force behind the Modest! Golf business. Most importantly to Niall is forging close relationships with all his players and supporting them in every aspect of their careers.