Scott Lokers became the 12th men's golf head coach in Hope College history on July 1, 2017. Prior to that, he served as a volunteer assistant to head coach Bob Ebels.
During his tenure, Lokers has guided the Flying Dutchmen to two NCAA Division III Championship appearances, two Top-10 finishes at nationals. In his first season, Lokers guided the Flying Dutchmen to a sixth-place finish at the NCAA Division III Championship that matched the highest finish in team history.
Lokers also led Hope to a Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Tournament title during his second season.
Lokers has golfed since childhood, including amateur tournaments as an adult. He fondly recalls golfing growing up with brother, Ray, and their father, Ray.
Lokers has worked in ministry for most of his career since graduating from Hope College with a degree in mathematics. After teaching for two years, he went back to school to become an ordained minister.
Lokers has been doing interim transition work the past three years for the Reformed Church in America.
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