Official Coach & WAT French Ambassador
Olivier Edmond is a French professional golfer. He represented France in the Eisenhower Trophy as an amateur and turned pro in 1990, finally winning his card at the Qualifying School in 1997 at his fifth attempt.
He won the 1998 Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year award after finishing 93rd on the Volvo Order of Merit. He produced his best performance in the 1998 season in his native Paris at the Peugeot Open de France, shooting a closing 67 to win the biggest check of his career. Overcoming an illness in 1999 he returned in 2000 on a medical exemption, helping to secure his card by finishing tied seventh in the Volvo PGA Championship.
He later moved to Canada where he became the head professional at Les Quatre Domaines in Mirabel, Quebec. In 2006, he finished tied for 2nd in the Canadian PGA Club Professional Championship.
Olivier is now a renowned specialist in Business and sports coaching, he recently became the director of golf for the Royal Moroccan Federation