Spa Golf Club PGA Tour Professional, Gary Wardlow, Dies Suddenly at 42

by J Pelkey
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Head PGA Professional and juvenile coach at Spa Golf Club and father of three, Gary Wardlow, died suddenly on Thursday, at 42, after feeling ill over the weekend.

The cause of his death has not been made public.

Spa Golf Club revealed the news in a statement on Facebook.

It is with the heaviest of hearts that we confirm the passing of our dear friend and Professional, Gary Wardlow.

Never without a smile and a kind word, Gary has been the heart & soul of Spa Golf Club for many years. Always on hand to help out in any way he could, Gary’s loss will leave a void in all of our lives.

As we navigate the coming days, we ask for your patience as we come to terms with this devastating news, which has shocked the entire Spa family.

We would like to offer our condolences to Gary’s wife, Susanne, his three boys, Jaxon, Luke and Carter, and all of Gary’s wider family circle.

We will be opening a book of condolences at the Club, which we welcome anyone who has had the pleasure of knowing Gary to sign.

We will share funeral arrangements in the coming days.

Rest in Peace, Gary. 💙

Tributes have poured in following Wardlow’s sudden death.

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Shandon Park Golf Club wrote:

The Captain, Council & members of Shandon Park Golf Club offer sincere condolences to the family and friends of Gary Wardlow, former Shandon Park member and PGA Pro at Spa Golf Club.

An integral and fondly remembered part of our European Club winning side in the year 2000, Gary will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing, and playing golf with him.

Our thoughts at this time are with Gary’s wife Susanne and their three sons, Jaxon, Luke and Carter.

RIP Gary 🙏

Cliftonville Golf Club also shared their condolences:

It with shock that we heard today about the sudden and very premature death of Gary Wardlow. Many of you will remember Gary who was our teaching pro here at Cliftonville before he took up the professional post at Spa Golf club.

Gary was very popular here and a great friend to many of us especially Sean our club manager. He was highly regarded not only for his teaching skills but his personality. Gary always had a ready smile and a warm way about him. He was taken from us early, much to early.

On behalf of Cliftonville members I offer our deepest sympathies to Gary’s family at their tragic loss. He will be warmly remembered here at the ‘Ville.

Rest in Peace, Gary.

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