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Jamie Green - Head Men's Golf Coach at Duke University

Jamie Green became the men’s golf coach at Duke University on January 9, 2009, following a highly successful five and a half year stint in the same capacity at UNC Charlotte.

Since 2009, Green has maintained the high standards of Duke’s renowned Men’s Golf program. He has guided the team to set multiple school records and win high achievements, including ranking among the top 5 teams in the country, the 2012-2013 five tournament wins and the 2013 ACC Championship, winning Green the 2013 ACC Coach of the Year. During his career, he has coached 6 All-American and 20 All-Conference athletes. In 2015, Duke posted two tournament wins to reach the 2015 NCAA Championship, his 7th appearance in his head coaching career.

Green also has a strong academic reputation. During his head coaching career, Green posts 43 total student athletes with Academic All-American or All-Conference honors. While at Duke, Green’s players have earned multiple awards including All-ACC Honor Roll and the ACC All-Academic team. One of Green’s esteemed alumnus, Brinson Paolini, a 2 time all-American and 2 time all-American scholar, was awarded the prestigious Byron Nelson award This prestigious award is given to the nation’s top senior male golfer in Division 1 athletics.

A 1993 graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University and a member of the Golf Coaches Association of America since 1995, Green has contributed to multiple committees in the collegiate golf coaching community. Posts served include 2015 Golf Coaches Association of American All American Committee Chairman, 2015 Palmer Cup Selection Committee Chairman, 2013 Ben Hogan Selection Committee Chairman, 2011 Jack Nicklaus Player of the Year Award Chairman, 2009-2015 Golf Coaches Association of America East Region Chairman and 2009-2015 Member of the 6-person Golf Coaches Association of American All American Committee marking the longest tenure for a member of this committee in GCAA’s history.

Coach Green’s biggest fans will always be his wife, Pamela, and their children Azzie (13), Jack, Olivia and Tess (10 year old triplets).




Bob Heintz - Assistant Men's Golf Coach at Duke University

Heintz joined the Duke men’s golf program as assistant coach on Feb. 10, 2017.

A six-time full PGA Tour card member, Heintz came to Duke after more than five years as head men’s golf coach at the University of Pennsylvania. He was named Ivy League Coach of the Year in 2015 after leading the Quakers to the Ivy League championship. At Penn, Heintz was responsible for all aspects of running the varsity golf operation.

During his tenure as head coach at Penn, Heintz also served as a golf instructor at Applecross Country Club in Downingtown, Pa. In that role, he provided instruction in individual, class and camp settings, covering such topics as putting, short game, wedge play, course management and full swing analysis.

Heintz enjoyed a professional playing career that spanned more than two decades. He was a PGA Tour member in 2000, 2002, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010, posting his best career finish with a second-place tie at the Reno-Tahoe Open in his final season on tour.

A frequent leader in putting and short game statistics, Heintz led the PGA Tour in both putts per round (27.57) and putts per green in regulation (a record-low 1.682) in 2002. In 2009, he ranked first on the PGA Tour in three-putt avoidance (1.6 percent).

Heintz recorded a pair of Nationwide Tour victories in 1999, winning the Shreveport Open and the Nationwide Tour Championship.

As a professional, Heintz played in more than 300 events, earning nearly $3 million and recording 20 top-10 finishes. In 2000, he penned “Bob Heintz’ PGA Tour Rookie Diary” for SportsIllustrated.com.

Contact Us!



Coach Jamie Green
Director, Duke Golf School
Duke University Head Men’s Golf Coach
dukegolfschool@gmail.com
jgreen@duaa.duke.edu
Karcher - Ingram Golf Center
3001 Cameron Blvd., Ste. 1
Durham, NC 27705
919-812-1583 (cell)

Pamela - Camp Administrator
860-836-4504


To register by mail, make checks payable to
Bluedevilgolfschools, LLC, and mail completed
enrollment form, medical form and payment to:

Duke Golf School
Karcher - Ingram Golf Center
3001 Cameron Blvd., Ste. 1
Durham, NC 27705

Contact Us!



Coach Jamie Green
Director, Duke Golf School
Duke University Head Men’s Golf Coach
dukegolfschool@gmail.com
jgreen@duaa.duke.edu
Karcher - Ingram Golf Center
3001 Cameron Blvd., Ste. 1
Durham, NC 27705
919-681-2494 (office)
919-684-9730 (FAX)
919-812-1583 (cell)


To register by mail, make checks payable to
Bluedevilgolfschools, LLC, and mail completed
enrollment form, medical form and payment to:

Duke Golf School
Karcher - Ingram Golf Center
3001 Cameron Blvd., Ste. 1
Durham, NC 27705

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Contact Us!



Coach Jamie Green
Director, Duke Golf School
Duke University Head Men’s Golf Coach
dukegolfschool@gmail.com
jgreen@duaa.duke.edu
Karcher - Ingram Golf Center
3001 Cameron Blvd., Ste. 1
Durham, NC 27705
919-812-1583 (cell)

Pamela - Camp Administrator
860-836-4504


To register by mail, make checks payable to
Bluedevilgolfschools, LLC, and mail completed
enrollment form, medical form and payment to:

Duke Golf School
Karcher - Ingram Golf Center
3001 Cameron Blvd., Ste. 1
Durham, NC 27705

Contact Us!



Coach Jamie Green
Director, Duke Golf School
Duke University Head Men’s Golf Coach
dukegolfschool@gmail.com
jgreen@duaa.duke.edu
Karcher - Ingram Golf Center
3001 Cameron Blvd., Ste. 1
Durham, NC 27705
919-681-2494 (office)
919-684-9730 (FAX)
919-812-1583 (cell)


To register by mail, make checks payable to
Bluedevilgolfschools, LLC, and mail completed
enrollment form, medical form and payment to:

Duke Golf School
Karcher - Ingram Golf Center
3001 Cameron Blvd., Ste. 1
Durham, NC 27705

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