Assistant Coach Brandon Post | PGA, TPI Level 3
Brendon Post, who previously served six seasons as an assistant coach with the University of Delaware women's golf program in the 2016-17 season, is currently in his first year in the full-time position of Assistant Men's and Women's Golf Coach and Director or Player Development.
Post, the husband of Blue Hen head coach Patty Post, currently serves as a PGA teaching professional with the Clubgolf Performance Center in Gaithersburg, Md.
During the program's inaugural season, Post helped lead the Blue Hens to top-10 finishes during eight of 10 tournaments on the year. Delaware finished among the top five in three tournaments, including a season-best fourth at The Spider at St. James Invitational. In 2012-13 the Blue Hens posted six top-10 finishes on the year, including a fifth place showing at the Colonial Athletic Association Championships.
In 2013-14 Delaware enjoyed an outstanding season, as the Blue Hens finished among the top five in all but one tournament. UD claimed team titles at the Tignanelli Towson Invitational, Rutgers Invitational and Delaware Invitational, and capped its year by tying for second place at the CAA Championships.
Amanda Terzian was the first all-conference selection in program history as she was named second team All-CAA after leading UD with a 76.46 average round and placing fourth at the league championships.
In 2014-15 Delaware successfully defended its Tignanelli Towson Invitational crown, while Nathalie Filler became the first medalist in school history. The Blue Hens placed among the top five in all but two tournaments on the season, and set a school record with a 78.51 team average round.
Andi Slane capped the year by winning the individual title at the CAA Championships, capturing the crown by eight strokes. Slane cruised to the victory with a UD and conference tournament single round record of five under par 67 during the final round, while her three-round total of 209 was the lowest in school history by seven shots.
Brendon helped Patty earn CAA Coach of the Year honors in 2015-16 after leading the Blue Hens to the conference title, as Delaware posted an eight-shot victory. UD earned its first berth in the NCAA Regionals, finishing in 17th place at the Bryan (Tex.) Regional.
The Blue Hens captured the Rutgers Invitational crown, placed among the top five in six of 11 tournaments, and finished among the top 10 in every invitational except the NCAA Regional.
Slane successfully defended her CAA individual crown, becoming the first women's golfer in conference history to win back to back titles, and broke her own school record by averaging 75.17 shots per round. Slane and Filler each earned second team All-CAA honors following the season.
Brendon helped Patty again earn CAA Coach of the Year honors after they led the Blue Hens to the CAA crown and an NCAA Regional appearance in 2016-17 for the second year in a row.
Delaware recorded six top five finishes during the year, captured the season-opening Rutgers Invitational team crawn, and defended its league title with an 11-shot victory before placing 15th at the NCAA Columbus Regional. Freshman Ariane Klotz was named the CAA Rookie of the Year and also was selected to the all-conference first team.
Post, who has worked with Clubgolf since 2004, has more than 20 years of teaching experience and spent two years playing professionally on the Golden Bear Tour and Maverick Tours in Florida.
Prior to arriving at Clubgolf, Post served as Director of Golf at Fair Oaks Golf Park and Olney Golf Park where he taught and supervised junior camps, group lessons, clinics, golf schools for beginners through advanced players, and individual lessons. He is also an educational speaker for the LPGA and PGA, as well as Clubgolf's well-respected Power Swing Clinics.
Post served as assistant women's golf coach at Georgetown along with Patty, and has also worked as an Assistant Golf Professional at Admirals Cove (Jupiter, Fla.), Columbine Country Club (Littleton, Colo.) and Cliffside Country Club (Simsbury, Conn.).
Post is a Class A PGA Professional, certified Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Level 3 Golf Professional, and a TPI Level 2 Junior Instructor.
As a player, Post qualified for the Professional PGA National Championship from 2007 through 2010. He won the 2008 Mid-Atlantic PGA Head Professional Championship, the 2008 and 2009 MAPGA Pro-am, and the 2008 and 2009 Central Chapter Pro-Junior Championship.
In 2009 Post qualified for the Nationwide Tour Event – Melwood Open and separately shot his career-low competitive score of 63.
Brendon and Patty have two daughters, Miranda and Kiera, and a son, Landon.