Coaching costs

Right now in exchange for over 35 years of experience as a professional Jeremy has a wide range of bespoke coaching packages to suit your needs, ambitions and budget.

Coaching costs

30 minute FREE consultation. Jeremy will assess your long game and putting at Windlesham Golf Club for FREE. Offering feedback and recommendations of any upgrades needed and how to put your plan into action. FREE
For just £25 Jeremy can give you a 5 minute internet video lesson on your swing, chipping action and putting stroke etc. Simply send footage `face on’ and/or `down the line’ and he will voice over a V1 Academy lesson bespoke to you. This will also be sent to your mobile phone as well as your laptop, iPad or tablet. £25
½ hour video lesson with voiced over recommendations and feedback sent to your email address and mobile phone £40
1 hour personal one to one coaching with video and feedback sent post lesson £75
Share an hour’s lesson with a friend £80
6 lessons for the price of 5. Buy more, progress quicker, have more fun and save £’s! 6 for 5
An invaluable experience is to have on course coaching (the art of scoring and optimal decision making) and there is also an option for Jeremy to observe you compete in competitions. This is followed up by an in-depth and insightful summarised report, with a future plan built around this and put in place. £100 for 2 hours

After every lesson Jeremy will forward the `V1’ video analysis summary taken in every session, ensuring that any practice by you is productive and that you are always improving.

(Amy Boulden – European Tour star has worked with Jeremy for 7 years)
(Amy Boulden – European Tour star has worked with Jeremy for 7 years)
Jeremy was National Coach to England in 2015- National Coach to Wales 2007-2015 (Ladies and Girls) – Coach to Surrey’s 1st team – coach to `Team Faldo’.

Jeremy Bennett and Nick Faldo

Past and present tour players coached by Jeremy include Sir Nick Faldo, Seve Ballesteros, Rory McIlroy, Bernhard Langer, Sandy Lyle, Paul Casey, James Morrison, Ross Fisher, Oliver Fisher, Seve Benson and Matthew Baldwin.

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