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Jesse Speirs
Jesse Speirs
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    Head Men's Golf Coach
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Jesse Speirs became head coach of the Coyote golf team in the fall of 2020.

While playing at TCU, Speirs helped the Horned Frogs advance to the NCAA Central Regional Tournament in 2006-07 and was the No. 1 golfer on the squad. He was also named All-Mountain West Conference.

After 2007, Speirs transferred to the University of Mississippi, where he was also the team's No. 1 player in 2008 and led the Rebels to an NCAA regional berth that same year. He posted three top-five tourney finishes and six top-10s. He is also a member of the school's Wall of Fame.

Speirs then spent a decade playing professionally with many highlights, including:

  • Shooting 63 in the first round of the Waterloo Open in 2010.
  • Advancing to the second stage of the European Tour Qualifying School in 2011.
  • Winning the Greater Bangor (Maine) Open championship in 2011.
  • Competing on the Challenge Tour in 2011.
  • Advancing to the second round of the PGA Qualifying School in 2012.
  • Tying for second in the Maine Open in 2012.
  • Competing on the PGA Tour Canada from 2012-15.
  • Competing as a member of the Tour from 2016-18 and ranking third in driving distance in 2017.
  • Competing on the PGA China Tour from 2018-20.

Jesse is a native of Bangor, Maine. He and his wife, Sabrina, have one child.