Rob reunited with Charlie King at Reynolds Plantation in the Spring of 2011. Both an accomplished player and teacher, Rob is a student of the game. Dedicated to the helping others improve.
Worked with 5 Top 100 Teachers
Worked as World #3 Instructor-Jim McLean’s Personal Teaching Assistant
Nominated for GOLF Magazine “Top 100” & Golf Digest “Top in State”
Has worked with Professionals, Developmental, College, and Top Ranked-Juniors
Teaching Golf for 15 Years
Competed Professionally on the Gateway Tour
Captain of the University of Maryland Golf Team
Ranked as one of the top 50 junior golfers in the United States
Shawnee Resort (Pennsylvania)
Doral Resort (Miami, FL)
PGA National Resort (Palm Beach Gardens, FL)
Miacomet Golf Club (Nantucket, Ma)
Redstick Golf Club (Vero Beach,Fl)
Bunky turned professional in 1967 and attended the PGA Q-School in Palm Beach Gardens. He earned playing privileges on the Tour by finishing 19th in the 144-hole tournament. The low 30 earned a card.
Henry played on the Tour for 12 years winning the NATIONAL AIRLINES OPEN INVITATIONAL (currently the Honda Classic ) in 1969. He finished in the top ten in the U.S. Open and PGA Championship the same year. He qualified for the PGA Senior Tour in 1995 and played for two years. Henry’s best finish was third place in the Boone Valley Classic in 1996, where he led after two days, but finished one shot out of a playoff.
OTHER HONORS AND ACHIEVEMENTS:
Played in two Masters tournaments.
Played in seven U.S. Opens finishing top ten at the Champions Club, Houston in 1969
Winner of the National Airlines Open, Country Club of Miami in 1969
Played in the PGA Championship, NCR Course, Dayton, Ohio finishing top ten in 1969
Elected to the Georgia Tech Sports Hall of Fame for football and golf
Elected to the Lowdnes County Sports Hall of Fame, Valdosta, Ga.
Elected to the Georgia Golf Hall of Fame, Augusta, Ga.
Southern Amateur Champion , at match play in 1962
Southern Amateur, Top 15 finisher at stroke play in 1967
Georgia State Amateur Champion, 1964 winning by five strokes over Jerry Greenbaum at Athens Country Club
Georgia State Amateur Runner-up to Billy Key at Green Island in 1967
Winner of the Golden Isles Invitational, 1961
Winner of the Okeefeenokee Invitational, 1961
Runner-up Jack Oliver Invitational, 1962
Consecutive winner of the Peach Blossom in 1966 & 1967 two man team tournament Idle Hour Country Club, Macon, Ga., with partner Tommy Malone
Canadian Amateur Champion at match play in 1965, defeated five-time and defending champion, Nick Weslock, in the semi-finals and reigning U.S. Amateur Champion and Walker Cup captain, Bill Campbell, in the finals
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