IHHS Alum and PGA Member Adam Boehm joins the Brave team for the 2022-2023 school year
NEWS RELEASE: Heather Higdon, Director of Communications
INDIAN HILL, OH (March 9, 2022) – The Indian Hill School District announced Adam Boehm as their new Golf Coach to lead both Indian Hill High School golf programs for the 2022-2023 school year.
Coach Boehm, a 1993 graduate of Indian Hill High School, joins the Braves from Alabama, where he is a Class A PGA member, has more than 12 years of experience in the golf industry, and has developed a proven track record in golf management and instructing all levels of golfers – including four State Championships.
“I could not be more excited about adding such an accomplished coach to our ranks,” said Indian Hill Athletic Director Brian Phelps. “Adam has not only experienced tremendous success at the high school level winning four straight state championships in Alabama, but he is also an experienced PGA professional. The vision and direction of our golf program is in great hands.”
Coach Boehm currently serves as the Head Golf Coach at UMS-Wright Preparatory School in Alabama where he started in 2014.
In that position, he oversees all aspects of the boys golf program ages middle school through varsity. During his tenure, he has earned four State Championship Awards and two State Runner-Up Awards. Additionally, Boehm was awarded Alabama Golf Coach of the Year (2019). Boehm also served as the Head Golf Professional at the Greensboro Country Club in North Carolina (2010-2014); during his tenure, he managed a staff of 18 and increased the junior golf participation by more than 40 percent, including the management of a PGA Junior League.
“I’m incredibly honored to return to Indian Hill and lead the golf program to the next level,” said Coach Boehm.
The Indian Hill Board of Education approved Boehm’s contract during the March 8, 2022 meeting.