Rob Bradley
Rob Bradley

Position:
Head Coach

Experience:
1st Year at Purdue

Alma Mater:
Excelsior (2012)



07/10/2014

Amos Joins Purdue Golf Staff as Assistant Coach

Amos comes from USF, where he helped the Bulls to a No. 33 national ranking.

05/26/2014

Boilermakers Wrap Up Play in the NCAA Golf Championship on Memorial Day

Purdue finishes first NCAA Championship since 2005 in 27th place.

05/23/2014

Rain The Big Winner on Day One of NCAA Golf Championships

Three delays totaling eight hours, 10 minutes cause suspension of round one.

05/22/2014

Three Boilermakers Named to PING All-Midwest Region Teams

Schenk, Eoff, Perez all earn region accolades.

05/21/2014

Purdue Begins Quest For NCAA Championship on Friday

Boilers are competing in 27th NCAA Championship.

05/25/2014

NCAA Men's Golf Championship Second Round

NCAA Men's Golf Championship Second Round (May 25, 2014)

05/25/2014

NCAA Men's Golf Championship Third Round

NCAA Men's Golf Championship Third Round (May 25-26, 2014)

05/23/2014

NCAA Men's Golf Championship First Round

NCAA Men's Golf Championship First Round (May 23-24, 2014)

05/22/2014

NCAA Men's Golf Championship Practice Round

NCAA Men's Golf Championship Practice Round (May 22, 2014)

05/17/2014

Purdue Golf in NCAA Regionals Final Round

Purdue Golf in NCAA Regionals (May 17, 2014)

Rob Bradley, a former player of Devon Brouse's at North Carolina, was named Purdue head men's golf coach on July 10, 2013.

Bradley spent the 2012-13 season as an assistant coach at Alabama, where he helped guide the Crimson Tide to a national championship.

Prior to Alabama, Bradley enjoyed a successful three-year tenure as an assistant at the University of North Florida (2009-12), during which the Ospreys qualified for the NCAA Regional three times and advanced to the NCAA Championships twice, finishing 14th in 2011 and tied for 12th in 2012.

During his time at UNF, Bradley helped tutor two players who combined for three All-America honors. Sean Dale was a two-time All-American, earning second-team honors in 2010 and third-team accolades in 2012. Kevin Aylwin garnered honorable mention recognition in 2012.

"I am looking forward to coaching at a university with such high academic and athletic standards," Bradley said. "The Birck Boilermaker Golf Complex is a first-class facility that displays the university's commitment to both men's and women's golf. I am excited to begin working with this talented group of players as we begin to take Purdue men's golf to the next level."

Bradley was a four-year starter for Brouse at North Carolina before embarking on a professional career. During his time in Chapel Hill, he helped lead the Tar Heels to nine tournament victories, two ACC Championships, four NCAA Tournament appearances and a third-place finish at the 1993 NCAA Championships.

"Rob Bradley brings success and a reputation as a 'players coach' to the tradition of Purdue golf," Brouse said. "He is a tireless recruiter and has a record of success at the highest levels of college golf, both as a player and a coach. I know that our players will enjoy working with him."

Brouse remains the Director of Golf Operations and will enter his 16th year as Purdue's head women's golf coach. The Hall of Fame coach has guided the women's golf team to eight-straight top 10 finishes in the NCAA Championships, including the national title in 2010.

Bradley captured two medalist honors at UNC, including the 1995 Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate and the 1995 Cavalier Classic. He finished seventh individually at the 1993 NCAA Championships and was a two-time honorable mention All-American (1993 and 1996).

"We are excited to welcome Rob and Chastity and their family to Purdue," athletics director Morgan Burke said. "Rob's background, experience and knowledge are exactly what our men's program needs at this time. He has `been-there, done-that' as a collegiate and professional golfer and as a coach, and he knows what it takes to be a champion. I know he is eager to work with Devon, his college coach, and support him in the overall development of both teams as well as the golf complex."

The 2012 graduate of Excelsior College spent seven years as a full member of the Nationwide Tour (1997, 2000-04 and 2008) and was a two-time participant in the U.S. Open (1997 and 2003). He was a six-time finalist at the PGA's Q-School and won the 1999 Kentucky Open Championship. Bradley also claimed the 1995 New Jersey State Amateur Championship.

Bradley and his wife, Chastity, have a son, Cole, and a daughter, Wesley.

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