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Golf Coaching Staff

David Moore

David Moore

Position: Head Coach, Men’s Golf
Alma Mater: Fresno State University, 1989

David Moore begins his third season as the Head Coach of the Men's Golf Team for Miami University Hamilton Harriers and has an extended program year-round. The team competes in intercollegiate tournaments in the fall and early spring leading up to the ORCC tournament schedule. Coach Moore is actively recruiting for competitive golfers (2018 and 2019 grad years) who want to continue their education at Miami University with an opportunity to compete at the collegiate level.

Coach Moore has an extensive background in the game as a former player, current Miami instructor and coach. Coach Moore worked several seasons at the Junior High level (Liberty) and had an undefeated match record at Lakota East. A former High School standout, David played two years of collegiate golf at Fresno City College under athletic legends Emory Luck (former Harlem Globetrotter) and Gary Bauer (former PGA tour professional and holder of 44 career holes-in-one).

While completing his bachelor's degree in Business Marketing at Fresno State, he apprenticed as an Asst. Golf Professional for 2 years at Airways G.C. and Belmont Country Club in Fresno, California. He retired after working 20 years in sales and production management in the CPG industry. David is married to Sissy and is the father of two children; Spencer and Haley.

Dr. Quentin Stapp

Position: Volunteer Assistant Coach, Men’s Golf


Dr. Quentin Stapp, PGA
“Coach Q”, as he is known to most of his students, is a talented coach with a unique background. He is a PGA Class A teaching professional with over a decade of experience helping golfers in all aspects of their game. He is also a doctor (DC), whose specialty is in golf fitness and sports performance. Few have studied the body and golf as much as Coach Q. He is level 3 TPI certified in their Golf, Medical, and Junior programs and even worked as an adjunct instructor for TPI in the past. He received his BS from the University of Utah in Organizational Communication, and a DC, Doctor of Chiropractic degree, from Palmer College.
Quentin also has extensive training in mental game coaching and on course human performance coaching. He has worked with and been mentored by Anika Sorenstam’s coaches, Pia Nielsen and Lynn Marriott, of Vision54, among many others.
Working full time as a golf coach now, he no longer practices as a doctor, but relies on all of his advanced education to help golfers every day. He owns and operates his own state of the art indoor golf teaching facility, The IQ Golf Lab, where he utilizes both a Foresight Launch Monitor and K-Vest Human Motion Learning System. Like his mentors though, he spends most of his time working with clients out on the course. Quentin is also a high school golf coach, having coached for Cincinnati Country Day for the past four years, and a golf fitness expert/consultant working with clients at every level of golf on improving their body. Prior to moving to Ohio, he worked as a rules official in US Open and PGA tour qualifying events and ran the rules committee for the NAIA college national championships for three years. Finally, he played college golf himself at a small college in Iowa.