Northeast Community College hires men's golf coach

A former member of the PGA has been hired as the new golf coach at Northeast Community College.  Brad Bosh, an insurance agent with Farm Bureau Financial Services in Norfolk since 2005, has begun his duties as coach of the newly-reinstated, intercollegiate golf program at Northeast.  He replaces interim coach Kurt Pytlesky.  The program was suspender in 2002.  Bosh grew up in Schuyler and graduated from Central Community College in Columbus with an associate's degree.  He held a PGA card from 2000-2006 and was the head golf professional/general manager at the Salina Elks Country Club in Kansas from 2002-2005.  In that position, Bosh ran the daily golf operations of the course.  He also held many golf clinics and camps and considered teaching people the game of golf a passion.  An avid golfer, Bosh carries a two handicap.  Northeast currently has eight players on its golf roster. They will be in action next on Sunday when they participate in the Indian Hills Community College Fall Invite at Ottumwa, Iowa.

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