Mörk joins the staff after serving as an assistant coach at the University of Central Florida (UCF) for two years. Prior to his stint at UCF, Mörk coached for the French Golf Federation and served as the French Team Advisor at the 2015 European Team Championship in Sweden. He also coaches LPGA professional Perrine Delacour.
“I’ve known the TCU program ever since Julien Brun played there,” Mörk said. “I know how good the program under Coach Montigel has been, so I couldn’t believe it when I got the phone call about the job. TCU is one of the top programs in the nation, and I feel like we can do something special in the next few years.”
After winning the French High School Championship, Mörk played collegiately at McNeese State University from 2001-2004. He was a four-year team MVP and member of the All-Southland Conference team. He was the Louisiana Freshman of the Year in 2001 and advanced to the NCAA Regionals as an individual twice.
As a professional, Mörk was the first player to shoot a 59 on the European Tour, an accomplishment he achieved in the second round at the 2006 Morocco Classic. The 59 followed an opening round of 63, giving him the lowest 36-hole score of any PGA Tour event at 122. In addition, Mörk won four times on the Alps Tour.
“I’m really excited about the addition of Adrien Mörk to our golf program,” head coach Bill Montigel said. “He brings with him experience and success in recruiting, as well as national championship appearances. He is going to be a great fit for TCU and the guys will love him.”
Mörk, his wife Sandrine and daughter Elin will be relocating to Fort Worth.
“Everyone I know that lives in Fort Worth tells me how great it is,” Mörk said. “I can’t wait to be a part of the community and call Fort Worth and TCU home.”