Arlen Bento Jr. Golf Coaching & Lessons

Arlen Bento Jr. Golf Coaching & Lessons

5.0 (3)
4 hires on Lessons.com

About this pro

If you really want to get better at golf I can help!  No matter what age or skill level, you will get better in our lesson program, guaranteed improvement!

20+ years of teaching and coaching golf experience to all levels of players. Award-winning golf professional and golf coach. Recognized as a "Top 100" golf instructor by multiple golf instruction associations & publications.

Former Head Golf Professional at the PGA Country Club in PGA Village and the Director of Golf at Eagle Marsh Golf Club in Jensen Beach.

Coached and developed many golfers, including top junior golfers, high school players, college players, and professional players. 

Enjoys working with players that truly want to get better at golf and are willing to put in the time to learn more about the game.

All instruction starts from the indoor golf studio in Stuart, Florida that offers computer video analysis, launch monitor, 3D swing imaging and a putting lab.

Club fitting, loft & lie adjustments and grip repair services are also offered. Outdoor relationships with area courses are available for outdoor lessons, playing lessons and group lessons.

Golf instruction is fun, informative and very easy to understand. Everyone is unique because everyone has different strengths and weaknesses.

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Credentials

Stuart, FL 34994
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3 Reviews

5.0

  • Jason Loomis

    Great teacher

  • Jason Loomis

    Great instructor!

  • Robert Horan

    Our first lesson was great, so happy to be getting the basics down before I develop very bad habits. Arlen was very patient but thorough, I think I will be a much more confident and better golfer as we progress.



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

First, I always like to have a discussion about player goals. 

I want to learn about their golf game, what's going on the course, what do they want to improve or change.

I then like to have a player warm up in my hitting area where I can take some video of their swing to really see what is going on.  Most people are visual learners and I find that video to be a great way to show a student what we are going to work on in the lesson.

I have a saying, I am the coach, but you are the player, I don't hit the ball for you so I have to treat every client individually.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have 20+ years of golf instruction experience with certifications from many golf associations.  

I pride myself in being a golf coach, someone who can help guide my clients through learning how to play the game of golf better.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

My standard fee is $75 per 45 minutes indoors.  $100 60 minutes outdoors + range or course fees.

I offer a (5) lesson packages to clients for $300. (most popular) All packages have expiration dates.

I am very flexible in my pricing and I am willing to work with any budget.

 


How did you get started teaching?

I was a competitive athlete growing up and I have always enjoyed being coached by good coaches.

In high school I became very interested in playing golf and developed into a very good player.

After college, I became a member of the PGA and started to provide instruction to players at the golf course where I worked.


What types of students have you worked with?

If have worked with all levels for many years.

From new players to competitive professionals, I have worked with all skill levels.

I enjoy working with women a lot, I find many women to be great learners and they really want to learn.

I also like working with senior players that are looking for more distance, I am really good at getting more speed out of a golf swing.

I have had most of my player development success with juniors.  Junior players are fun to coach because they have the time to take lessons and practice.  When you coach juniors, you can really develop good players because they have no bad habits.


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