Today is December 12, 2017

Player Development Award: Chris Haarlow, PGA

Precision Golf School

Chris Haarlow, Director of Instruction at Precision Golf School, receives the Player Development Award for his extraordinary and exemplary contributions and achievements in the area of Player Development, including growth of the game leadership commitment at the Section and National levels, plus the impact made at his own facility. For 18 years, Chris has been teaching and working with Robert Linville at Precision Golf School, teaching many high caliber players on professional tours, competitive amateur golfers and numerous state high school champions. Chris oversees a program that offers over 20 hours of class per week, keeps about 75 juniors active per week, administers player leagues and has an elite level travel team. Additionally, Chris initiated the Triad Youth Golf Foundation to provide access to the game and breakdown economic areas that are inherent with the cost of playing the game. As President, he provides direction for the foundation and fundraises for the Mike Goodes Scholarship Fund and works with the Peggy Kirk Bell Girls Tour. Chris also established the Precision Junior Development Program to provide structured classes, lessons and playing opportunities at a driving range/par three facility. He served on the 2016 CPGA Junior Golf Committee and received the CPGA Youth Player Development Award in 2011. Chris Haarlow has been a CPGA Member since 2007.