Andrew Crerar is the Head Professional at Panmure Golf Club. As an Assistant Professional Andrew spent five years at Blairgowrie Golf Club, learning his trade under the vastly experienced Gordon Kinnoch. He embarked on a full time playing career after that spell and achieved some success, notably winning the Scottish PGA Order of Merit in 1997 and also the European Team Championship the same year. Andrew played a full season in 1998 competing on the European Tour and Challenge Tour.

Having competed in two Open Championships, St Andrews 1995 and Royal Troon 1997, a Senior Open at Royal Lytham & St Annes 2019, Andrew has had a taste of Tournament Golf at the very highest level.

Andrew accepted his first position of Club Professional in February 2000 at King James VI Golf Club and spent eight years there and put into practice the training received to become a successful Club Professional. A successful junior programme saw three members win national championships during that spell and also gain International honours.

He has 33 years experience as a Golf Professional and served a two year spell as Captain of the PGA in Scotland during 2011/12.