David Johnson comes to Blinn College with over 30 years of collegiate coaching experience.
He spent last season coaching men's golf at NCAA Division II Cameron University, where the Aggies placed fourth at the Lone Star Conference Championship. The majority of Johnson's career has been spent coaching two-year college athletic programs. He spent 11 seasons as the men's golf coach at Paris Junior College, including one as athletic director.
Under Johnson’s guidance, the Dragons made five NJCAA National Tournament appearances, won two NJCAA Region XIV Conference championships, and finished as runner-up in five NJCAA Region XIV Conference tournaments. He coached four NJCAA All-Americans, three Region XIV medalists, 16 NJCAA XIV all-region players, and seven All-Region XIV academic team members.
Johnson has served as the secretary for the NJCAA Golf Coaches Association and was a member of the Golf Coaches Association of America. He also served as a NJCAA All-American nomination committee member and was a voting member for the Golf Week Magazine NJCAA poll and for the NJCAA national poll.
Prior to Paris, Johnson spent seven seasons as a coach for the Navarro College football team while teaching various courses, including golf.
Other tenures include coaching football and golf at Cisco Junior College and Howard Payne University and coaching football at Hardin-Simmons University. While at Howard Payne, he launched a new golf program.
Johnson earned his Bachelor of Science degree at Howard Payne University and his Master of Education from Tarleton State University.
Johnson and his wife, Amy, have two children, Bethany and Kacey. He has two grandchildren, Michael and Madilynn.