Cincinnati Country Day School has named Brent Baumann the new head coach of the boys varsity golf team.
Baumann's golf career began in 2011 playing with amateur events in the Florida State Golf Association. From there his golf game expanded to playing professionally in the Gateway and Moonlight tour in 2012 and 2013. He caddied for professional golfer Brad Schneider in 2013 during his tour qualifying school and has played head to head with PGA tour pro Michael Bradley.
Outside of golf Baumann is an entrepreneur who owns businesses in the Cincinnati area. He is supported by his wife Kayci and their daughter Riley. When asked about becoming the next head golf coach Bauman said "This is a tremendous opportunity for me. I have loved the sport of golf since I first picked up a club and now I get to share that passion with young men and teach them the game I love as they prepare for college."
Director of Athletics Chris Milmoe said, "During the interview with Brent it was immediately apparent he has the knowledge, passion, and leadership needed to take the reins of a golf program that has made the state tournament in back to back years. Golf is an important sport at Country Day and with this hire we have set the program up well for the future."