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Wake Forest University

1834 Wake Forest Road

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27106

United States

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Offering the personal attention of a small liberal arts college, coupled with the breadth and global relevancy of a leading research institution, Wake Forest claims the distinction of being the nation's premier collegiate university. Wake Forest is consis ... more

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Winston-Salem's Forsyth Country Club


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The program was distant from the ... [cached]

The program was distant from the high standards set by former coach Jesse Haddock and Haddock's first star, Arnold Palmer.

Playing under the legendary Deacon coach Jesse Haddock, Haas enjoyed a stellar collegiate career.

What many local golf fans may ... [cached]

What many local golf fans may have forgotten is that Wadkins played his first six Greensboro PGA Tour events at Sedgefield Country Club, including his very first in 1969 as a 19-year-old sophomore who was encouraged to try the Monday qualifier by Jesse Haddock, his coach at Wake Forest University.

Bob tells a story about introducing ... [cached]

Bob tells a story about introducing Jay, then a junior in high school, to Jesse Haddock, the legendary golf coach at Wake.

"I brought Jay with me when I played the Greater Greensboro Open that year, and then we went to Wake to meet Jesse.

Roger Yost, Salem Oregon | Biography [cached]

Between his relationship with IMG and friendships with Wake Forest's Jesse Haddock and other college golf coaches, aspiring pros would come to Jantzen first.

Great Moments | NC Sports Hall of Fame [cached]

The Hall's "Great Moments in North Carolina Sports History" series in 2015 honored the remarkable achievements of the Wake Forest men's golf program, specifically the glory decades of the 1970s and 1980s under the leadership of legendary coach Jesse Haddock.

While Arnold Palmer was the Demon Deacons' first bona fide star (he won the inaugural Atlantic Coast Conference men's golf tournament in 1954), it was his housemate, Haddock, who turned the program from good to great.
Haddock officially was named head coach in 1960, and the self-proclaimed "country boy from Pitt County" began building a powerhouse. His Wake Forest teams won national championships in 1974, 1975 and 1986, and from 1967 through 1980 the Demon Deacons won 13 out of 14 conference titles. Haddock retired in 1991 with 15 ACC championships total under his belt.

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