Coston Wins 2018 PNW Senior Players’ Championship

Jeff Coston won the Pacific Northwest Section Senior Players Championship, held at Wine Valley April 17-18th. The “Senior Players” is the first Section Major of the year.

“The wind blew hard and it was cold the first round. The course played difficult.” Coston said.

It was Coston’s 22nd Senior Major win in the Pacific Northwest Section. Jeff has 20 regular Section wins under his belt. He is the all-time leader in both categories.

Coston and Prante Win Ping Pro-Pro

Jeff Coston and Shane Prante won the Wine Valley Ping Pro-Pro Championship in a 2-hole playoff. With winds gusting and cool temperatures Coston/Prante shot 68-63 to earn the playoff opportunity.

“Shane and I enjoy Wine Valley tremendously and it looks like he is stuck with me next year!”

 

Jeff Coston Named 2017 Pacific Northwest PGA Teacher of the Year.

Jeff Coston has been named 2017 Pacific Northwest PGA Teacher of the Year. This award recognizes the PGA Professional who is an outstanding teacher among the ranks of PGA membership.

“I would like to thank Semiahmoo members, staff, Brett Eaton and most of all my students/friends. I am also forever grateful for the training, influence, insight and accountability of coaches Mike Bender, Mike Adams, Mike Bennett and Andy Plummer. They are going to make a teacher out of me yet. Honestly, coaching, teaching and mentoring is not what I do, it is who I am.”

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Jeff Coston Named 2017 WWCPGA Teacher of the Year


Jeff Coston was named 2017 WWCPGA Teacher of the Year. Jeff teaches beginners to Tour Professionals and enjoys enhancing golfers at every level. Jeff does everything from golf schools, playing lessons, Video swing analysis, fitness,club fitting, short game, putter fitting, putting, wedge mastery and the mental side of golf.

“I am very grateful for this award. I love golf, teaching golf and helping people play the golf of their dreams!”

The Jeff Coston Golf Academy has been at Semiahmoo Golf Club and Resort for over 23 years.

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Coston and Barron Win Olympic Peninsula Pro-Pro

Jeff Coston and Derek Barron teamed up to win the Olympic Peninsula Pro-Pro at 7 Cedars at Dungeness in Sequim. They shot 63-61 to win by 2 shots.
Coston made a hole in 1 on 17 and Barron birdied 18 to ice the victory!

“Derek and I had a great time playing together! I’ve known Derek since he was 19. We both played well and laughed along the way.”

– Jeff Coston

Edel Putters

I recently put my Edel putter back into my bag and it has changed my life!

I believe Edel’s theory on using a putter that you aim well. After much research and using a laser to measure aim on students, I have found that most mis-aim from inside six feet. Being fit with the proper hosel offset, loft, weight, length and more is so important.

I’ve been in conversation with David Edel himself a dozen times in the last couple of months. I have learned so much more about his research that I am excited to share with you.

In the meantime, please read the attached article from Golf Magazine. 

 

5 Questions with Michael Butler

Jeff Coston interviews Michael Butler.

Q 1) You play at Western Washington University. Nice. Is your game progressing? How? Why? What is happening?

Michael: Yes I do play at WWU. I feel like my game is progressing nicely because I am thinking more effectively on the golf course. I feel like with the help of Jeff I have been less attached to results and I am getting better at seeing my target and reacting to that target. This helps keep negative thoughts out of my head and frees me up! I also feel like I am practicing better with simple drills to make my practice more like the way I play.

Q 2) You just won Homestead Open! How did you feel coming down the stretch? How did you cope and finish the job?

Michael: I felt great coming down the stretch! It was a lot of fun and I just enjoyed seeing my target and letting It go. I focused more on trusting my swing and my game instead of thinking about results. I also realized that If I did what I am supposed to do and commit to my shots that the result would take care of itself.

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