Trevor Homer

Trevor Homer is a former British Amateur Champion golfer who was born and raised in the Black Country. He played seventeen times for England, winning the European Team Championship in 1973, and eleven times for Great Britain and Northern Ireland. He tried professional tournament golf in the United States and Europe for a short time, but boredom set in as he tried to perform for money what he had previously done for fun. Trevor has talked to golf's regulatory organizations on the sport's future development and currently serves as an expert witness in personal injury claims on golf courses. He has created and managed multiple businesses and served on the boards of several private and public corporations. At one point in his career, he also ran a huge charity. He now resides in South Staffordshire with his wife and two sons. Since his schooldays, history and unusual facts have captivated him, and he has compiled The Book of Origins.