Head Golf Coach
Tyler Kimble begins his first season as the head men's golf coach at Colorado School of Mines in 2007-08.
Kimble comes to CSM after a two-year stint as the assistant golf coach at Colorado Christian University. In the spring of 2007, Kimble helped lead one of the CCU golfers to a berth in the NCAA Division II West / Northwest Super Regionals.
Kimble, who has coaching experience with the Colorado PGA, has been a PGA professional since 2004. From 2001-02, Kimble served as a Colorado PGA Foundation Golf Professional, coordinating more than 15 annual golf clinics and teaching over 100 private lessons to inner city youth. Kimble, who also teaches at the South Suburban Golf Academy, previously served as a managing partner for the McGetrick Rocky Mountain Golf Academy in Centennial.
As a player, Kimble is a member of the Professional Golfers' Association of America. Kimble placed fifth at the CGA Mid Amateur Championship qualifier and qualified for the 2001 Colorado Mid Amateur Championship.
Kimble earned his bachelor's degree in Natural Resources Recreation and Tourism from Colorado State University in 1997.
Kimble, who graduated from Arapahoe High School in 1993, competed in golf and soccer during his prep career.
Kimble and his wife, Amy, currently reside in Parker with their daughter, Mason.