Kamm selected as King golf coach
BRISTOL, Tenn. - King College has appointed Brian Kamm as head coach of the men's and women's golf programs.
Kamm comes to King after spending eight seasons on the PGA Tour and another seven years as a Nationwide Tour professional. He won the 1991 Panama City Beach Classic and the 1997 Honda Invitational during his career. Kamm was also in contention to capture the 1991 U.S. Open. Kamm also played in the 1994 U.S. Open and the 1995 PGA Championship. He qualified for the 1981 and 1984 U.S. Amateurs. During his 15-year touring career, Kamm had numerous top-10 finishes.
A graduate of Florida State University in 1984, he was an All-American his senior season with two tournament victories.
"I am excited to be the men's and women's golf coach at King," Kamm said. "It has been a passion of mine to pair with a college since my retirement from competitive golf and the PGA Tour. To be able to teach and mold student-athletes through the game of golf and try to achieve lofty goals will truly be a pleasure."
Both the men's and women's golf teams open the schedule at the Falcon Cup with a two-day event starting Sept. 20 in New London, N.C.