The pros at the Genoa – Sant’Anna Golf Club are all members of the Italian Golf Federation (FIG), with national and international experience. They are at the complete disposal of both those who want to start playing and discover their swing, and those who want to perfect their technique or prepare for competitions. Discover the promotions at the St. Anna Golf Club, solutions designed for all levels of player, a true development path supported by our instructors, by your side from the first lessons through to playing on the course.

Adriano Mori

Born in Arenzano, a highly successful amateur, he won the Italian Boys Championship at Golf Bologna, and became a pro at a very young age. Coach of the National Junior Team, he earned a European Tour Card and in 1995 claimed fourth place at the Omnium Championship at the Golf Club Cervia and ranked second at the European Masters Championship in Hammamet, Tunisia. In 1997 he won the Villa d’Este Open, in 2000 the Memorial Barras in Crans-sur-Sierre, and in 2005 ranked second at the Italian Senior Professional Championship at the Royal Park Golf & Country Club. He is currently the coach of the Proette National Team.

Jacopo Guido

Born in Milan in 1969 but Genoese to all intents and purposes, he was born and raised – in golfing terms – at the Golf Club Pineta in Arenzano, where he became a pro instructor in 2006, the same year in which he began to work with Paolo Terreni as a coach. This fruitful partnership led the two to qualify for the European Tour in 2007, 2008 and 2009. Always committed to the development and coordination of youth activities, he began training the Ligurian competitive team in 2009 as a qualified federal coach. In 2010 he graduated in Golf Management and Tourism. In August 2011 he was called to coach the Italian team at the international championship in the Czech Republic.

Paolo Terreni

Born in Genoa on 3rd May 1976, his golfing career began at the Golf Club Pineta in Arenzano. A member of the national amateur team, from 1994 to 1997 he won an International Championship as an Italian Junior, and took part in a world championship as well as three Europeans. A pro since 1998, he was a member of the National Professional Team from 1998 to 2009. A player in the Challenge Tour from 1998 to 2006, in 2007 and 2008 he obtained the European Tour Card. Two wins on the Alpstour in 2010 and one Italian Doubles Championship victory. Long-term collaboration with Jacopo Guido as a player from 2007 and as an instructor from 2010.

Marco Brizzolara

Born 16th September 1982 in Rapallo, he has been playing golf since the age of nine. He won two Italian A1 Team Championships with the Rapallo Golf Club, in 2002 and 2003. He became a pro in September 2004 and since May 2005 has been a member of the Italian PGA. In December 2009 he became a qualified instructor.

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