Scott didn’t fall far from the tree as his father, Arch, is enshrined in the Arizona Golf Hall of Fame and the Southwest Section of the PGA Hall of Fame. Following in his father’s impressive footsteps Scott has been an avid golfer for over 40 year and successfully involved in various aspects of the golf business for 28 of those years. In addition to competing on the PGA Tour for four years his expertise includes Tournament Coordinator, Facilities Management, Operations Manager, and Director of Instruction at several facilities.Some of Scott’s major accomplishments and awards include:
During a 21 year period prior to his current position at ASU Karsten Golf Course, Scott served as Director of Instruction at Arizona Country Club, The Phoenician Resort, The Club at Black Rock, Sunridge Canyon and Camelback Golf Club.
As Director of Golf Instruction at every one of these locations Scott successfully expanded their golf instruction programs because of his talent in helping golfers of all ages and levels of play timely achieve the results they desired.
“I’ve struggled for quite some time with my golf game, worked with various well-respected pros, and practiced - but to no avail. While all of the pros were no doubt excellent instructors we were never able to communicate on the same wavelength so each attempt ended in disappointment. A friend told me about Scott and how he would help me achieve my goals by initially determining how I learn best from a sensory perspective and then teach accordingly. Sounded weird but it worked! Thanks to Scott my game has significantly improved and I look forward to playing golf as often as possible.”