Women’s Golf Names Rhoads To Replace Longtime Head Coach

Sports brief

Kevin Rhoads was named the new Harvard women’s golf coach on Sept. 3, replacing longtime coach Warren Smith.

Smith had served as the coach of the women’s golf team since its inception at Harvard in 1993. He will continue to work with the team as the Crimson’s golf professional.

Rhoads attended UCLA, where he was a member of the golf squad during his junior and senior years. He competed professionally for three-and-a-half years, participating in tournaments on the Canadian PGA tour, the Golden Bear tour in Florida, the West Coast Tear Drop tour and the Tour.

More recently, Rhoads served as an instructor at the PGA Learning Center in Fla. before becoming the teaching professional at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass. in 2003.