A little over a year ago, my wife and I decided to find a new coach for our son Adam. Adam has been golfing since he was 6 years old and at age thirteen, he was frustrated about his golf game and was almost ready to quit. He still loved the game but he felt he should have been much better than he was. His tournament play was not as good as it should have been compared to other 13 and 14 year old players. A friend gave me Jeff Coston’s contact information. After a quick email, we had set up his first lesson.
Now a year later, Adam’s desire to succeed in golf has once again returned. Thanks to Jeff’s understanding and approach to golf, Adam has learned how important a good attitude is, and as Jeff put it, not to be attached to outcome (NATO). Jeff’s knowledge of the golf swing and his own love of the game, have helped Adam stay calm on the course and visualize each and every shot. Jeff has rebuilt Adam’s swing into a much simpler action and he has shown Adam a very effective practice routine which helps him focus on key elements.
Along with his lessons we also enrolled Adam into Jeff’s Golf Academy in late July. This was a two-day golf clinic with Jeff and Mike Bender. Between classroom instruction and rotating one on one time on the range with both Mike and Jeff multiple times a day, Adam really improved in his understanding of the mechanics of golf. Today, Adam is determined to break par and is getting closer by the day.
Update:Our club just released the document pkg for the upcoming AGM. They listed the most improved men’s and women’s golfers. Adam was the men’s, improving his handicap from 22.1 to 12.1 this year. Adam says thank you for the great coaching!
“I want to thank Mike Bender, Mike Adams, Mike Bennett and Andy Plummer for their influence, inspiration and training. I have done 136 golf schools with Bender and more than 25 golf schools with Adams, Bennett and Plummer each,” Coston said of his achievement.
I will be teaching in warm, dry Phoenix, Arizona January and February 2020! Again, I will be at Lone Tree Golf Club in Chandler. Lone Tree is a wonderful place with a super practice facility. I will again be doing on course, ball striking, short game! Whatever helps all achieve their goals for 2020! Call: 360 201-4590
Jeff is a longtime friend teaching golf to my father, brother, and I for some 20+ years. Over the last two seasons, when I picked golf back up after spending a number of years abroad, he has been my dedicated swing coach.
Jeff’s wisdom, passion and energy for the game are not only motivational but inspiring and uplifting to be around. His achievements and success with tournament golf have provided an invaluable source of insight into the psyche of tournament play and the way a player thinks their way around a golf course.
Jeff’s dedication and consistent support of my game was a major contributing factor to qualifying for and playing in the 119th US Women’s Amateur at Old Waverly Golf Club, MS and finishing T3 at the Canadian Women’s Mid-Amateur this past summer.
He’s more than just a swing coach, he knows and understands intimately the physical, mental and emotional elements of the game – his experience and track record speaks for itself.
Just wanted to shoot you a note and say Thank You again. Things are definitely coming along, and the last two rounds I’ve played I made 8 birdies and 7 birdies each. I feel better and more in control of my ball than I have in a while. The hope is turning into confidence again and I couldn’t be looking forward to this upcoming season more.
Jeff played in the 2018 Rosauers Open Invitational in Spokane, Washington where he finished tied for second with rounds of 66-71-66. Jeff won this event three times and was chasing win number four. “It’s fun to still be in the mix with young Pro’s and college players! I’m working hard to stay young from the neck down.” Coston said smiling. To view the complete results of the tournament, please click here… https://www.pnwpga.com/event/2018-rosauers-open-invitational/
Jeff’s next tournament is the Oregon Senior Open in Pendleton, Oregon. He won last year and is looking to defend his title this year. After that, Jeff will be back at Semiahmoo for the summer where he has had his golf academy for 24 years.