“Coach Puryear is uniquely qualified to write this book. His story and the story of East Lake reflect what is good, bad, and most importantly what is possible in our lives if we will follow his lead and embody a service mind and heart.” ~Tyrone Willingham, Head Football Coach at Stanford University, University of Notre Dame and University of Washington. Now an Amazon #1 New Release and Bestseller!
BUILDING A NEW GOLF LEGACY AT HOWARD UNIVERSITY
As the Director of Golf at Howard University, Coach P has put his winning philosophy in place. The Bison Golf program is currently the number #1 ranked minority serving institution in America. The Bison captured the 2022 MEAC Championship and the 2022 PWCC Minority Championship during the first 18 months of their program’s existence. The program has thrived academically with its student-athletes from all over the world. As Coach P is quoted in articles in The Washington Post, ESPN, USA Today, and HBCU Gameday, “I’m trying to show the country that there are a lot diamonds in the rough at some of our smaller institutions that need to be polished. My goal is help all of their dreams come true. I’m also trying to find some players that I know can be great with a lot of attention and a lot of love and a lot of work, a lot of elbow grease, so to speak. We are trying to serve as that North Star. I want players that aren’t afraid to change the world. And I’m also looking for a lot of young people that want to make a difference in somebody’s life. You know, those are the type of folks I’m going after. “
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WELCOME TO PURYEAR GOLF
starting a whole new chapter at howard university
As you may already know, Coach P was recently invited to serve as the first Director of Golf for the newly established men’s and women’s golf teams at Howard University in Washington, DC. The impetus for the golf program came from Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry who committed a seven-figure donation to support the program for six years. Click here to read one of the first articles written about the new program at Howard and what Coach P hopes to do with it.
INTERESTED IN PLAYING GOLF FOR HOWARD UNIVERSITY?
Coach P is now recruiting athletes to be part of the men and women’s golf teams at Howard University. If you’re a high school senior (or a potential transfer student) with an exceptional golf and academic record — and you’re ready to make a difference in your community and around the world — Coach P invites you to contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Interested student-athletes should submit a golf resume and golf swing video.
NEXT LEVEL GOLF LESSONS
Golfers can elect to take 1:1 golf lessons with Coach P to strengthen fundamental skills, conquer course management, develop accuracy and improve mental focus. Coach P’s knowledge and experience will help golfers get their games on the right trajectory. Lesson packages are available. To schedule lessons, contact us at email@example.com.
INSPIRING, MOTIVATING AND GIVING BACK
Over the last two decades, Sam Puryear has helped over 1,000 kids get involved with the game of golf. During that time Sam has also helped raise over $4 million for golf-related non-profits. Giving back is at the heart of Puryear Golf. If you would like to support our mission, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sam Puryear was my coach for one year. During that one year, Stanford hoisted a national championship trophy and crowned five All-Americans. While on the course success speaks to Sam’s coaching abilities, his enduring accomplishments came off the course. First and foremost, Sam is a mentor of men. While he can teach the fundamentals of a flop shot or dissect a yardage book, his greatest lessons are life lessons. Sam taught us that it is better to understand than to be understood, to cherish and respect our loved ones, endure life’s ups and downs with dignity, and to appreciate and share life’s blessings. Years have passed now since our dream season, I still count Sam as a close friend and feel incredibly lucky to have been coached by him.