Bethany Davis (Coach)

Bethany Davis played golf at the collegiate level where she played under the direction of LPGA Teaching Professional Laura Brown at Daytona State College and continued her collegiate career with LPGA Teaching Professional Maria Lopez at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University where she was named the NAIA Region XIV Player of the Year as well as the Florida Sun Conference Player of the Year, becoming the first Eagle to claim each award. While in college, Bethany’s summers were spent helping teach junior golfers at the Jim Tennant Jr. golf camps at Westwoods Golf Course in Farmington. Bethany has also spent many years working in the golf industry at private country clubs such as Sugar Mill Country Club in New Smyrna Beach, Florida and Heathrow Country Club in Heathrow, Florida, where she was able to work with members such as PGA Tour Players Chris DiMarco and Zach Johnson (before and after he won The Masters). Bethany is the College Counseling Administrative Assistant and also serves as an Upper School co-advisor.