Pro Shop Staff

Our friendly staff are

Head Professional                 Matthew Heath   

Trainee Professional             Travis Lord 

Casual Assistant                      Craig Lowry

Contact Details

Phone                                    (08) 9531 2588


Matthew Heath-compressed

Matthew Heath
Born in 1987, Matt took up the game of golf at age 11, and turned professional at the age of 18. Since turning pro, Matt has played tournament golf all over Australia
however, for the last 5 years, Matt has focused on teaching and junior golf development.

In 2012, Matt travelled to London for the Olympics and worked with the United States Olympic team. After a year off, Matt returned to the golf industry working at Lakelands Country Club until joining Pinjarra in January as the Head Professional.






 Travis Lord-compressed

Travis Lord
Travis, born in 1991, has always had a passion for things that fly and first picked up a golf club at the age of 8. He joined Mandurah CC as a junior and spent his formative years learning the game whilst starring in Junior Pennants.

He gave golf away for a period of whilst working in several roles in fly in/ fly out capacity however the downturn in the economy led him to rethink his vocation and out came the clubs again.

Our former Trainee Pro, Troy Murphy, provided Travis with coaching and eventually led to Travis commencing a traineeship at Marri Park before taking on the same role here at Pinjarra in 2015.

Travis ultimately aims to compete on the national tour and continue coaching. 



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Craig Lowry
Born in 1995 in the United Kingdom, Craig moved to Australia at the age of 8 with his parents At the age of 10 he joined Mandurah Country Club and played Junior pennants from the age of 13 until he turned 16 and then he competed in the Men’s Metropolitan pennant competition.

He who currently plays off a 2 handicap.

Before joining us here at Pinjarra he was employed as a ceiling fixer however his passion for the game of golf got the better of him and he decided a change would be in his best interests.

He has been playing golf competitively since the age of 10 and is hoping to secure a traineeship in 2017 as a lead in to possibly attending PGA Tour School.