Schuchart's Coaching Philosophy
"Never underestimate what you believe your potential to be."
Former Husker and professional golfer Mike Schuchart returned for his 16th season as an assistant coach for the women's golf squad at his alma mater in 2017-18. Schuchart helps the Huskers with all aspects of their games.
Schuchart adds years of professional experience to the Husker staff with more than 20 years as a PGA member with extensive playing experience on both the PGA and Nationwide tours.
During his time on the Nike Tour, he was a three-time champion, including the 1994 Nike Tour Championship. He has also played in three U.S. Opens and four PGA Championships. He has been named the Nebraska PGA Player of the Year three times and was a member of the National PGA Cup in 1992, which represented the United States internationally. His best showing on the PGA Tour was a fifth-place finish at the Hardee's Invitational in 1993. In 2010, Schuchart was inducted into the Nebraska Golf Hall of Fame.
In addition to playing golf, Schuchart designed the Prairie golf putter MS-1. Developed for fast greens, the putter is shorter from heel to toe and is face balanced.
Schuchart lettered for the men's squad in 1981, 1982, 1983 and 1985.
Mike and his wife, Felicia, have an 18-year-old son Keegan. Schuchart and his family reside in Lincoln.