Brian Oliver, PGA Certified Professional

Brian Oliver, PGA Certified Professional

5.0 (1)
3 hires on
1 employee
22 years in business

About this pro

Been teaching golf for over 20 years and a lifetime member of the PGA.  Certified in Teaching/Coaching.  Have given thousands of lessons in my career and I am the Lead Instructor for PGA HOPE (Helping Our Patriots Everywhere) Asheville and PGA HOPE NATIONAL INSTRUCTOR.


  • Mountains Chapter PGA Professional of the Year – 2017 & 2005 

  • Carolinas Section PGA Player Development Award Nominee - 2017

  • PGA HOPE ASHEVILLE CHAPTER Lead Instructor – 2018 & 2017

  • Mountains Chapter PGA Board of Directors – 2003-2006, President- 2006

  • Mountains Chapter PGA Secretary/Treasurer - 2018

  • Mountains Chapter PGA Tournament Director - 2017

  • Instructed  student who won the NCHSAA Individual State Championship - 2009

  • Instructed seven students that won the WNC Junior Golfer of the Year Award - 2008

  • Instructed four students that won the WNC Junior Golfer of the Year Award – 2007

  • Mountains Chapter PGA Pro-Pro Championship at Rock Barn CC & Spa-Winner - 2007

  • Brad Daugherty Fall Golf Invitational at The Cliffs of Walnut Cove-Winner – 2006 & 2008

  • Mountains Chapter PGA Junior Golf Leader of the Year - 2006

  • Board of Directors for the Western North Carolina Junior Golf Association-Member - 2006

  • Mana Food Bank Volunteer

  • Hendersonville Elks Lodge 1616-Member

I ejnoy the process of helping my students get better.  Golf is a hard sport and when you can make it fun, enjoyable and a positive learning environment for the student that is what makes teaching golf great.

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Etowah, NC 28729
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1 Review


  • M. Garren

    Brian was very professional and knowledgeable about the golf swing. I would highly recommend working with Brian again.

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Perform a game and goal analysis.  Perform a swing analysis and formulate a plan for improvement.  Keep the process fun but engage with the student throughout the lesson.

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