Golfer Alex Belt is heading back to the course where he began to offer help and advice to amateur members.
He will be running regular coaching sessions at Bridlington Links, the club where trained to become an assistant professional.
It marks a change in his routine, having spent the past few winters playing in Spain.
Belt, who will also be writing a new golf column for the Free Press, starting next week, said: “I still work continuously with my long-term team of coaches who are amongst the best in Europe.
“These include my putting coach, swing coach, short game specialist, physiotherapist from England Golf and, just as important my sports psychologist.
“I believe that my experience can offer a slightly different twist to the normal world of golf coaching.”