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Head Coach Daryl Landrum
landrumd@nku.edu or (859) 572-7960
 

Daryl Landrum is in his 13th season as Northern Kentucky University's men's golf coach, and he is beginning his 10th year as the women's golf coach at NKU.

This past season, Landrum’s teams each qualified for NCAA regional tournament play. For the women’s and men’s teams it marked the seventh time in eight years they competed in the postseason as a team.

Two years ago, Landrum guided the NKU men's team to the NCAA Division II Great Lakes Regional championship for the second straight year. The Norse advanced to the NCAA II Championships, where they posted a 12th-place finish nationally.

Landrum was named the NCAA II men's Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year for guiding NKU to the title. He also was named Great Lakes Valley Conference Coach of the Year after the NKU women captured the GLVC championship.

In 2004, Landrum led the NKU women's team to its first-ever Great Lakes Valley Conference championship. Landrum also earned GLVC Coach of the Year honors for guiding the Norse to the title.

From 2001 to 2005, Landrum coached four-time All-American Kim Keyer-Scott, who qualified for the NCAA II Championships as an individual in her final three seasons at NKU.

In 2002, Landrum led the NKU women's team to the NCAA II East Regional championship. The Norse advanced to the NCAA National Championships at Allendale, Mich., where they finished third in the nation.

In addition, Landrum guided the men's team to a share of its second straight GLVC championship in 2001 and was named GLVC co-Coach of the Year.

In 2001, Landrum led the men's team to the NCAA Division II North Regional championship and a berth in the NCAA II Championships. It marked the first time since 1996 NKU had advanced to the national finals.

Landrum, a 1976 graduate of Grant County High School, played three years of golf at Campbellsville (Ky.) College and earned NAIA All-District honors in 1978 and '79.

In addition, he was twice named Campbellsville's most valuable golfer. Landrum, a native of Crittenden, Ky., has been a member of the PGA for 15 years.

Landrum has also played a major role in organization of the Seven-Up Junior Golf Tour in Northern Kentucky. The event has been a huge success with sponsors such as AmeriStop, Griffin Industries and Mubea Corporation.

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