Cleveland State Golf Announces New Head Coach

Monday, February 12, 2018 - by Evan Stutzman

Cleveland State Golf has a new head coach in Miles Moseley. 

Miles Moseley is in his first year as the head coach for Cleveland State's men's and women's golf teams, taking the helm in January 2018. A native of Cleveland, TN, Moseley played golf at Cleveland State before becoming a golf professional.

His background includes golf instructor, golf professional, playing professional, and Web.com caddy. One of his stops as a golf professional was in Sea Island, GA, at the highly esteemed Ocean Forest Golf Club. While there, Moseley was able to work with and observe some of the best teaching professionals in the world at the Sea Island Golf Performance Center. Additionally, while at Ocean Forest, he had the privilege of hosting the Walker Cup.

Moseley has played on some mini tours and has also caddied on the Web.com Tour. These experiences have allowed him to play, practice, and work with many great players who are now on the PGA Tour, PGA Tour Champions, Web.com Tour, and even working on the Golf Channel.

He lives in Cleveland, with his wife, Dr. Elizabeth Moseley, a psychology professor at Cleveland State.



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