Trent Anderson enters his seventh season as the head women's golf coach at Bethel University and has the program on point, as the Royals are a top contender in the highly competitive MIAC, and have received both regional and national attention as well.
I thoroughly ejoy the opportunity to influence young students become the people they were created to be.
My husband and I took some lessons from Trent this winter. I went into the lessons very timid and embarrassed at my lack of skill in a sport that I really wanted to learn but never did. Trent took me from a place of not being able to hit the ball to a place where I was swinging and hitting the ball like a champ. My confidence level has now increased and I am looking forward to hitting the course this spring with my husband and not being embarrassed at my skill level. I still have work to do but I am no longer frustrated and wanting to give up. Trent listened to my fears of golf and got into my head a little bit and most of what was holding me back was negative comments to myself. Trent helped me move past those negative comments into confidence and peace with my swing. Trent also took some videos of my swing to help me see and learn what I was and wasn't doing. The videos were extremely helpful! If you have any insecurities about your golf swing I highly recommend spending a few lessons with Trent. If he could get me to change my stubborn mind about the sport, he can help you too! Thanks, Trent! You're an amazing instructor, coach and motivator! Can't wait for my next lesson!
Trent makes golf lessons fun and interesting for our 13 year old son. Trent is beyond patient and implements different activities and drills to keep him focused and on task. As a beginner golfer, we wanted our son to learn proper swing and muscle memory before hitting the course. We know that Trent is a perfect fit for our son and would recommend him for any level golfer - beginner to advanced.
I work with beginner golfers and some intemediate golfers any age.
I like to start with beginners by giving them good swing basics and practice their inititial swing dilevering shots into a net.
I provide some swing analysis, using the Hudl ap, and share notes and tips via those videos on email.
Currently work as the Bethel University Golf Coach since 2010.
Varies, but usually $30 - $50/hour, depending on where and what the student would like to work on.
Range time, or walking the course along with a player $40 -$50.
Work in a net at my home is $30 - $40.
Player and Personal requests.
Couples in their fiftys, students of all ages
I thoroughly enjoyed seeing my family gather together for a fun night of games, just hanging out.
Start simple, master the art of a one handed swing, and build on that. A short technically sound swing is far better than something longer that is less consistent.
What can they tell me about their current swing? Do they know what they are doing to create the result they are getting on most shots? What are some detailed goals they would like to reach?