Ray Miller has been a member of the faculty at The Ohio State University since 1985 and currently holds the rank of Professor. He has served in several different capacities at the University including teacher, student advisor, researcher, outreach educator and administrator, in addition to his present role as Director of the Professional Golf Management program. Prior to coming to The Ohio State University, Ray was employed by and received his education at universities in Florida, Idaho and Oregon. He also was employed in the chemical industry and served as an environmental consultant.
As Director of the Professional Golf Management program, Ray is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the program including student advising, student internship activities, recruitment, student club activities, interaction among the University's colleges that provide PGM instruction, and coordination between the Professional Golfer's Association of America and The Ohio State University. In addition, he teaches HCS 2250: Introduction to Professional Golf Management, HCS 3488.02: Player Development (OSU-ATI), HCS 3502: Club Design, Performance, Repair & Fitting and, HCS 4504: Advanced Golf Operations. He is passionate about helping students succeed in their academic program to become members of the Professional Golfer's Association of America.
Ray is an avid golfer, who carries a 7 handicap (depending on the time of year). He enjoys playing all golf courses, but especially those that challenge him to use of all clubs in the bag.