30 Iowa Conference titles
Iowa Conference Coach of the Year--2011, 2012
Chad Green is in his third year as the leader of Central College's tradition-rich men's golf program.
Green guided Central to its 30th Iowa Conference championship and 31st NCAA Division III tournament appearance in 2011-12. The Dutch captured the league crown by a 37-stroke margin and three golfers placed in the top 10, receiving all-conference recognition. Green was cited as the league's coach of the year for the second straight season.
A St. Louis-area native, Green previously served as head women's golf coach at Maryville Univ. (Mo.). He also served as director of instruction at the Country Club of Sugar Creek in High Ridge, Mo. He also assisted with the men’s golf program at Maryville, an NCAA Division II institution in St. Louis, during his two years at the school.
Green previously served as an assistant golf professional at the Cedar Rapids Country club and the Forest Highlands Golf Club in Flagstaff, Ariz., holding the latter position while he was competing on the Pepsi Golf Tour. He is a Clarke College graduate and was a three-time first-team all-Northern Iowa-Illinois Conference honoree (2004-05-06). He also served as a student assistant coach for the Clarke women’s golf squad for one year.
Prior to joining the Maryville staff he was head golf coach at Southwestern High School in Hazel Green, Wis. in 2008.
Clint Brown is in his ninth season on the Central men's golf staff.
Brown served as interim head coach for the 2010 season and piloted the Dutch to their 28th Iowa Conference championship and their 29th NCAA Division III national tournament berth.
A 2003 Central graduate and a graduate of Wapello High School, Brown is a former golf team member for the Dutch and served as a student assistant coach in 2002-03.
Brown is editor of the Pella Chronicle.
Brent Goodenow is in his first season as assistant men's golf coach at Central.
A 2012 graduate, Goodenow was an all-conference men’s golf honoree as a senior. He placed fifth at the league tournament as Central captured its 30th conference title and 31st NCAA tourney berth. Goodenow was a two-time team co-captain and four-year letterwinner. He participated in two national championships, helping the Dutch finish tied for 17th in 2010 and 25th in 2012. Goodenow was also a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar.