Director – Asia Pacific, The R&A
Dominic Wall has over 33 years’ experience at national and international level sports management which includes 16 years in a number of roles for the Australian Golf Union (AGU) and Golf Australia (GA) including National Director of Coaching, Manager Development and Acting Executive Director and 5 years as Development Manager for the Australian Coaching Council based at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS). He is currently Director Asia-Pacific for The R&A and based in Singapore.
Among various duties at the AGU/GA he was responsible for all high performance and development activities from 1990 – 2006 including the Australian Institute of Sport Golf Programme, international amateur tournaments and a member of the Management Committee for the Australian Open and managed numerous national golf teams. He was also the Chairman of the National Junior Golf Advisory Panel and responsible for establishing many of the national junior golf activities in Australia.
Dominic has also been a speaker at a number of international golf conferences in St. Andrews, New Zealand, Thailand and Malaysia including the R&A’s International Golf Conference, the HSBC Golf Business Forum and the World Scientific Congress of Golf.
In January 2009 Dominic was appointed to the role of Director Asia-Pacific for The R&A and relocated to Hong Kong before moving to Singapore in late 2016. He was also Technical Delegate for the Asian Games Golf Competition and Tournament Director for the 2009 and 2010 Asian Amateur Championships and 2009 Asia-Pacific Teams Championship, Technical Delegate for the 2014 Youth Olympic Games, a referee at the 2016 Rio Olympics and Masters Tournament and Technical Delegate to the 2017 Summer Universaide in Taiwan. Dominic is also a member of the Technical Committee and Board of the Women’s World Golf Rankings, a member of the International Golf Federation’s Coaching Committee, the Technical Delegate for Golf at FISU (Federation International Sports Universities) and a Board Member of the HSBC China Golf Association’s National Junior Golf Program. He travels extensively in the Asia Pacific region and works closely with many of the regional and national golf associations at looking into ways to help develop and grow the game.