About Andrew

Andrew Noseworthy
PGA of Canada, Class A Golf Professional

Andrew has been a PGA member since 2000. He completed his Class A designation with the PGA of Canada in 2006.

Andrew is a graduate of Dalhousie University (Economics) and completed the Professional Golf Management Diploma program (Honours) at Humber College.

While attending university, Andrew was a provincial tennis development coach for the NSTA. Since joining the PGA of Canada, he has completed Levels 1 to 4 of the Teaching and Coaching Certification Program along with the redesigned Instructor Beginner and Instructor Intermediate certifications. Andrew continues to teach all levels of players in clinics and individual lessons. In the off season, he helps coach in Halifax’s MBL, with both of his daughters’ teams. He has coaching certification in basketball, as well, through the Coaching Association of Canada.

Andrew spent 12 years at Oakfield Golf and Country Club, most recently, since 2008 as Head Golf Professional. In 2012 he began, GOLF SQUARED, a golf coaching company with a focus on introducing children to golf. He has conducted many indoor clinics at elementary schools in Halifax using the SNAG program. He operates at Goodwood Family Golf Centre in the summer and at the Canada Games Centre and Golf Central in the winter.

Beginning competitive golf later than most, Andrew has had some tournament success. In 2002, he and his team placed first in the Lawton’s Pro-Am at Brightwood G & CC. Andrew’s best individual finish was a 3rd place finish at the NS Open in 2005. In 2008, he and assistant pro, Jessica MacNutt captured the Head Pro / Assistant Pro Callaway Cup event at Amherst Golf Club. In 2011, Andrew met one of his goals for the season and qualified for the 2011 Canadian Club Professional Championships by finishing tied for 4th in the PGA of Canada – Atlantic Zone Championships held at Kingswood Golf Club in Fredericton, NB.

His greatest golf honour was being recognized by his fellow golf professionals as PGA of Canada – Atlantic Junior Golf Leader of the Year in 2009. Andrew continues to work with Juniors and enjoys seeing all ability levels of players improve and grow from year to year. He was a finalist for this same award in 2012.

Andrew’s friendly and energetic demeanor filters to his students. He believes that constant improvement is achieved through purposeful training guided by a trained professional. After playing golf for over 25 years, Andrew scored his first hole in one in 2010 at Fox Meadow Golf Club. Here’s to many more!