guiding you through the entire recruitment process.


Overarching Experience

From winning a National Championship on a college team, to coaching at a national D1 level, to playing golf at the highest professional level; we have been through the whole process and are going to put that knowledge to work for our players.


Whether you need to find the correct swing coach, sports psychologist or strength and conditioning coach, the process is tough to navigate. We know a wide variety of coaches at all levels and help our prospective student athletes find the correct fit.


We strive to serve our athletes through being a reliable resource, and always providing encouragement, information and direction. We help guide our prospective student athletes and their family to make the best decisions for their development and future.


2012 SEC Female Athlete of the Year
2012 NCAA Woman of the Year Finalist
2011-12 Honda Sports Award Winner
Capital One Academic All-American of the Year
3X SEC Women’s Golf Scholar-Athlete Award
2012 US Curtis Cup Member
Youngest Inductee into the TN Women’s Golf Hall of Fame


During her time at Baylor High School, Brooke led the team to five state championships while capturing four individual state titles; the only player in TSSAA history to take state medalist four years in a row. At the age of 17, she was inducted into the Tennessee Women’s Golf Hall of Fame, the youngest in history. And with a strong junior competitive resume, she committed to play at the University of Alabama. While at Alabama, she was four-time All-SEC and All-American, while maintaining a 4.0 GPA during her entire collegiate career. She was a part of the school’s first ever SEC Championship, Regional Championship, and National Championship winning teams. She graduated in 2012 as the #1 ranked collegiate woman golfer, winning the Honda Sports Award and a finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year. She then traveled to Europe to be a member of the US Curtis Cup before making her professional debut at the 2012 US Women’s Open. She has since been playing professionally on the LPGA tour, and has always been eager to pour her passion and experiences back into the game and motivate junior players.
TN State Jr champion
3X All State Conference Award
1 year PGA Latin Tour
2 years on Korn Ferry
6 wins as a Pro
Assistant coach for 3 years at a D1 school


Having a passion for golf since middle school, Chas was the 2004 Tennessee State Junior Champion, and decided to play collegiately at MTSU. There he earned All-State Conference during three of his four seasons, and played as an individual in the 2008 NCAA National Championship. He decided to pursue his dreams of being a PGA Tour player, and traveled the world playing professional golf, including a season on the PGA Latin America Tour and in the USA on mini tours. In 2015, he made it to the final stage of PGA qualifying school and received conditional status. The next year, he made it to the final stage and got his full card to play a full year. In 2018, he had the opportunity to coach at MTSU, but after a semester, he got the call to be the Assistant Coach for  the University of Tennessee Women’s team. He coached for three years at the Division One level. Having learned from over 15 years of experience, he has a desire to help develop and lead junior golfers while preparing them to successfully transition into collegiate golf.