At 73 years of age, David Warren has an exit strategy two years down the road. But he is in no hurry.
Golf, and particularly the young people he is shepherding through the game, have energized him to the point that he still hops back and forth across the Atlantic Ocean on a fairly regular basis, spirited by the game he loves.
Warren lives in a home overlooking the first tee and 18th green at North Berwick Golf Club in Scotland. His view stretches from Bass Rock to the Kingdom of Fife and beyond.
He is also an overseas member at Pine Needles, Mid Pines and Southern Pines Golf Club near Pinehurst, North Carolina, a fondness for the golf-rich region having developed in his time bringing teams of Scottish juniors over to play matches during their winter school break, an outgrowth of his 18 years as secretary of the East Lothian Junior Golf League.
“I’ve always wanted to put something back in golf,” said Warren, who played his first round of golf at age 10, teeing it up at municipal courses around Edinburgh.
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