Meet the Trustees

The England Golf Trust (EGT) has no paid staff and is run by seven volunteer trustees:


EGT Chair

Moira Page is a qualified Chartered Management Accountant and a member of the Association of Accounting Technicians and has worked as a freelance finance director for the last 13 years. She was an elected non-executive director on the Board of England Golf audit and finance committee.

Based in Leicestershire, she is a member of Glen Gorse Golf Club where she plays to a high standard, including winning her County Championship four times.

As a promising teenage golfer with a handicap of 2, she received funding through the Ladies County Association and from EWGA trust which is the former of EGT.

Now, in her role as EGT chair, she is passionate about helping other young people on their golfing journey.


Now retired, Chrissie is a highly experienced commercial marketing consultant with clients across multiple sectors including consumer goods, sport and the hospitality industry. This included 20 years of experience working with two the of largest global drinks companies, Coca-Cola and Diageo.

As a keen golfer she has been able to mix business with pleasure, working on contracts with the English Women’s Golf Association, Ladies Golf Union and then England Golf creating and managing the highly successful national marketing campaign, Get into golf.

Chrissie initially trained as a musician (French horn) at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and then at the National Centre for Orchestral Studies. Now based in Norfolk, she continues to enjoy performing with many orchestra’s and ensembles across East Anglia.

Utilising her skills and experience Chrissie holds board and committee positions on local and national organisations, Norfolk Ladies’ County Golf Association, Orchestra of Academy of St Thomas and England Lacrosse.


Alistair is a retired businessman, who is a non-executive director for England Golf and sits on the Audit and Finance Committee. Alistair is also a non-executive director of Woodhall Spa Golf Management (WSGM) and sits on the development group for the Clubhouse and associated facilities.

He took Business Studies at the University of Hull, then owned a consumer electronics business for 15 years. In 2009 he joined the board of Frilford Heath Golf Club, where he’s been a member since 1994. He became Executive Director in 2010 and Chairman in 2016 before retiring in June 2021.

Alistair is a Past President (2018-19) of BB&O and is now Chairman of BB&O Ltd, independent chair of the Greenkeepers Training Committee Ltd (GTC) and an associate member of the Parliamentary Golf Group. He is also a trustee and board member of two charities, BRF and Verite Sport.


Alice works for the Golf Foundation as development officer for the West Midlands, helping to introduce children from all backgrounds to golf. Through this role she has been able to support clubs and schools to provide children with a great first experience of the game.

She was introduced to golf by her grandma at the age of nine. As one of very few girls at her club, Alice developed a real understanding of the difficulties experienced by girls getting into the game which has made her even more passionate about making positive changes within the sport.

Alice enjoys a number of sports, but golf has provided her with volunteering opportunities which she loves just as much as playing. She is now a Derbyshire County volunteer looking after the girls’ development pathway and 9-hole events for beginner juniors.

With a degree in Human Geography from Durham University, later in 2022 Alice will be taking part in the Women’s Sport Leadership Academy at the University of Chichester.


Billy Methley​​​​ is a lawyer and has been with England Golf as their Legal & Governance Officer since 2019. His role involved providing legal advice to all areas of the organisation, including corporate matters, commercial contracts, equality laws, data protection and intellectual property.

Originally from Barnsley in South Yorkshire, Billy studied at Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Law, gaining a Masters Degree in International Sports Law and Anti-Doping Law.

In his spare time he is a keen reader, a huge football fan (Barnsley FC), and plays the guitar. A lover of all sports in general, sadly he hasn’t found the time to learn golf but hopes to in the future.

Billy joined the Trust in 2023 and enjoys working in the golf industry. He is looking forward to using his knowledge and experience of good governance in the sports industry to help grow the Trust and support as many people as possible in their golfing journeys through the Trust.


Hope is studying Applied Golf Management at the University of Birmingham, with the ambition to become a PGA professional coach.

With a passion for the golf development, Hope would like to help more young people start to play, especially, if it is something that ‘traditionally’ they or their families have not considered before.

Becoming a trustee is as way of Hope giving something back to the charity which has supported her over several years, helping to develop her game and career aspirations in the golf industry. The recent England Golf Trust bursary is going to assist her 12-week summer internship at Pinehurst Golf Resort, in North Carolina, USA.

Hope has played golf since she was 10 years old and is a member of Royal Norwich Golf Club, has played for Norfolk in the Junior and Women’s teams, been the Norfolk Junior Captain and represented the Norfolk Women’s team at the National County Finals.

As part of her Applied Golf Management course, Hope raised £400 for the England Golf Trust at part of her charity golf day at Edgebaston Golf Club, Birmingham.


Jim is a Chartered Management Accountant with a career in finance and commercial roles across many sectors in the UK, Australia and Asia. He served as Finance Director for England Golf where he learned about the work of the Trust and then joined as a trustee in 2023.

He is excited to help grow the charity and is passionate about growing the game, widening access and helping players who need support to play.

A father of two, Jim is a keen golfer and a member of Northamptonshire County Golf Club where he’s having lots of fun introducing his children to the game.


Rob works for England Golf as Head of Participation & Development working with stakeholders to create more opportunities for people to play the sport.

His role at England Golf involves leading the team of national managers and oversees four sections: Women & Girls, Junior Golf, Disability and Workforce & Volunteers.

Rob also manages the relationship and investment with Sport England and sits as part of England Golf’s EDI Steering Group.

Prior to joining England Golf in 2017, he spent eight years working at a London-based social enterprise operating a national portfolio of golf, health and leisure contracts as well as community sports and arts programmes.

He was introduced to golf via taster sessions in secondary school and is now a keen golfer. He also enjoys cricket.

Joining as an EGT trustee in early 2023, Rob is looking forward to helping support more young people to access and enjoy golf for life.