Henry was thrust into golf at a young age after expressing an interest to his parents. At just seven years old he began taking lessons from Kevin Joseph, PGA in Brunswick, Maine. Henry’s game quickly took off and as a junior golfer growing up in the Northeast, won the Maine State Junior Championship in all three age groups and challenged in some of the premier events in the region. He would go on to attend Elms College in Chicopee, Massachusetts where he would win multiple individual titles over his four years. During his senior season, their team also won their conference championship, qualifying them for the 2014 NCAA Division III Championship. After college Henry began caddying and pursuing coaching full-time as an associate member of the PGA of America. Before joining Milo Lines Golf, Henry spent two years as the Head Golf Coach for both the men’s and women’s teams at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine helping them revitalize the programs through aggressive recruiting, coaching, and management.
Henry’s 20+ years in the sport, both in competition and coaching, has given him the opportunity to meet, learn from, and work with prominent figures in our sport. You can also find caddying on the LPGA Tour for his girlfriend, Dana Finkelstein.
During Milo’s first lesson with me, he filmed me hitting golf balls on his iPad, created a split-screen, and compared my swing in slow motion to pros who had a similar swing pattern. By the end of the driver lesson, Milo had me hitting the ball 275 yards + with a draw. I’d never hit a draw before.
– Patrick O
I have increased my average ball speed by 8 miles an hour, and as an over 50 golfer, I am consistently in the 170- 175 MPH ball speed range with the driver on the course. This technique and confidence has trickled down into all aspects of my ball striking.
– Philip P
Milo gave me some drills to correct my swing flaws, but more importantly, it was the feel for the swing. That is something that I can ingrain and build on. It has me motivated to play more! My only regret is that I wish I could have taken a lesson from him a few years ago.
– Penny P