Dr. Katie Brophy Miles

Founder & CEO

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After 11 years coaching players in NCAA Division I Women’s Golf, I founded Golf Globally to simplify the college golf recruiting process for families in the US and around the world.

Leveraging my background as an award-winning coach and the connections I have developed in the industry, I serve as a strategic partner in your child’s athletic success at the collegiate level by offering a thorough understanding of what coaches are looking for in players and the steps needed to be recruited.

Resume highlights



  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Human Performance, Telecommunications Minor, Indiana University, 2018

  • Certification, Business Administration, Georgetown University, 2017

  • Certification, Social Media Management, Georgetown University, 2017

  • Master of Science (MS), Athletic Administration/Sport Management, Indiana University, 2009

  • Bachelor of Arts (BA), Sociology, University of Notre Dame, 2006

  • LPGA Class A Professional, 2014-Present

  • Head Women's Golf Coach, Georgetown University, 2011-2017

  • BIG EAST Conference Coach of the Year, 2016, 2017

  • LPGA Assistant Golf Professional, Washington Golf & CC, 2012-2017

  • Assistant Women's Golf Coach, Indiana University, 2006-2011

  • Camp staff at Notre Dame, Indiana, Stanford, Washington, the Kerry Cup, US College Camps (India, Malaysia, Thailand)



Golf Globally’s Philosophy

education comes first

I passionately believe in the power of education. With a PhD in Human Performance, I strive to help clients maximize their potential in all aspects of their life. During my 11 years as an NCAA Division I collegiate coach, I developed relationships with hundreds of families going through the recruiting process. My mission is to assist clients in finding the university that meets their academic, athletic, and personal goals by creating customized plans for success.


Then Comes Athlete

I maintain that being a collegiate student-athlete serves as the perfect enhancement to your educational experience. Within the confines of a team, people learn skills such as time management, leadership, adaptability, and resilience. While it may be difficult at times to perform in the classroom in the morning and bring your A game to qualifying in the afternoon, it is truly rewarding to have the dual college experience.



Playing Career

Having received the first scholarship in program history to play golf at the University of Notre Dame, I competed in every tournament for the Fighting Irish, playing a key role in the team setting school records and garnering 17 tournament wins. During the summers, I played in four USGA championships as well as tournaments in eight countries.


Coaching Career

As a coach, I have attended five NCAA regional championships and one NCAA national championship. In 2016 and 2017, I was named the BIG EAST Conference Coach of the Year. In my final season coaching, the Georgetown Women’s Golf Team qualified for the NCAA Regional Championship, which was a first in program history.