- Peter Odemwingie is undergoing training to become a professional golf coach
- Osaze who scored 35 Premier League goals retired from football in April 2019
- He wants to take the gospel of golf to Nigeria and Russia
Former Super Eagles forward Peter Odemwingie is now training to become a professional coach after retiring from football where he played in the Premier League and Russian topflight.
The former Stoke City and West Brom striker star wants to become a professional golf coach and take the gospel to his country Nigeria and Russia.
Odemwingie recently joined the PGA Training Program, but he does not see a future in him playing golf as a player.
This however forced the 38-year-old to chance his direction into training where he can become a professional coach in golf.
''I have plans to preach the gospel of golf. How do you believe if you’ve never heard? I want to be loud and let them know the game of golf is very interesting.
“Then I have plans to preach the gospel of golf , the good news in the countries I came from, Russia and Nigeria.
“My best days as a golfer may be behind me but at 38, as a coach if I’m fully qualified in three years, I could set up a little Academy and it would be the first step to getting that Nigeria flag right there on the screens alongside all the other African nations that are there,'' Peter explained according to report on UK Sun.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how former Super Eagles forward Osaze Peter Odemwingie shifted his focus away from football to get certified as a golf instructor.
The 38-year-old ex-Premier League star completed his level one coaching badges recently as he aims to become a professional coach in a different field.
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