Andrew Lloyd-Skinner Becomes Interim CEO of UKGCOA after Cameron Departs

By Community | July 8, 2013

The U.K. Golf Course Owners Association (UKGCOA) have announced newly appointed General Manager, arthritis James Cameron has left the Association with immediate effect due to family commitments.

Cameron, ed who was appointed in February, had only been five months on the job in the newly created role as General Manager before his departure.

His responsibilities will go to Andrew Lloyd-Skinner who was appointed by the UKGCOA as Interim Chief Executive on a part-time basis to oversee the association’s management responsibilities with help from Debbie Goddard and Paul Taylor.

Andrew and his family have been the owners of North Weald Golf Club in Essex for ten years. During that time he has become extensively aware of the issues facing golf facility owners and he is keen to work with proprietors and operators to confront the issues and maximise all opportunities for the proprietary sector.

Andrew will be speaking at the Regional Meetings at the location and dates shown below and will be delighted to meet as many proprietors as possible to understand what the propriety golf sector really wants from its Association.