Scott Flynn begins his 11th season as Head Men's Golf Coach at Belmont.
In his first decade as head coach, Flynn has begun to make strides both the course and off the course. During the 2017-18 season, the Bruins posted nine top-10 finishes, tied for third at the OVC Championship, and produced the program's first conference individual medalist, freshman Jack Uselton.
Scott came to Belmont with over three decades of experience in playing, teaching and promoting the game of golf. Scott is a Class A member of the PGA of America and has worked extensively with numerous elite players at both the collegiate and professional levels during his career.
As the Head Men's Golf Coach at Cal State Fullerton he was one of the first to fully integrate a resident sports and performance psychologist into their program, along with a comprehensive approach to strength and conditioning. Scott has participated in numerous national coaching and teaching seminars and has been a featured speaker at a number of golf industry and association events.
In addition to his teaching and coaching duties, Scott has also served in senior leadership capacities at some of the country's premier golf and resort properties. Concurrent with his position as President of one of the country's leading golf management and development firms, Scott directed the operations of a full service sports marketing and event management division responsible for the creation and execution of numerous major televised golf events including a number in association with the PGA Tour. He has served on numerous golf industry boards and has been the Chairman of the Southern California PGA Education Committee. Scott has also taken a hands on leadership and coaching role in a number of youth golf and life skills development programs including The First Tee.
In addition to his role at Belmont, Flynn also works as Director of the Tennessee PGA Junior Golf Academy in Franklin, Tennessee.
He is a graduate of the University of Florida where he was a National Merit Scholar earning a degree in Business Administration.
Scott and his wife Jo live in Franklin. They have three married children and three grandchildren.