UHV interim golf coach Garrett Adair was named the head men’s and women’s golf coach on Tuesday.
Adair served as UHV’s assistant coach for three years before taking over the program following the resignation of Christi Cano.
Adair is the third head coach in program history and begins his fifth season at UHV.
In his first year as interim head coach, UHV captured their first Association of Independent Institutions Conference titles and berths to the NAIA National Championship. It was the first trip to nationals for the men, who finished the year ranked No. 14 in the nation, and second trip for the women’s team.
The UHV men’s team won three of the five events it participated in this past year, while the women’s team claimed two tournament titles.
He joined the program after spending a year as the volunteer assistant at the University of Idaho for the men’s team.
A native of Moscow Idaho, Adair played four years of collegiate golf, including one year at Western Texas College, one year at North Idaho College, and his final two years at the University of Great Falls (Renamed the University of Providence-Great Falls).