Bromborough G.C. have produced some excellent golfers over the years.Paul Waring is a player who won at the highest level as an amateur and has gone on to  make a success of his professional career.

Paul established himself as a highly promising junior, winning the 2001 English Under 16s Strokeplay Championship (McGregor Trophy). He was also successful in the Cheshire Boys Championship in 2002.

In 2002 Paul was selected for the GB&I Boys team to contest the Jacques Léglise Trophy. In 2003 he had the honour of captaining the GB&I team which beat Europe convincingly at Lahinch.

He was runner-up to Dave Peel in the 2004 County Championship, by which time he'd established himself in the England team.

2005 promised to be a special year for Cheshire golf. Fred Caröe of Heswall was EGU President, and Bromborough was chosen to host the English Amateur Championship. It turned out to be somewhat better than Cheshire could possibly have imagined, with an all-Cheshire final featuring Steve Capper of Caldy and home-club favourite Paul Waring.

Paul prevailed 3&2 to secure the English title on his home course, to the delight of the Bromborough and Cheshire contingent.

Paul Waring receives the English Amateur Championship trophy from EGU President Fred Caröe

Paul turned professional in 2007, and quickly secured his European Tour card. It was exactly 200 events, however, until he secured his first, and very popular, victory in the Nordea Master of 2018.