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Perception of information for the Golf Swing is where ALL learning has its start.

Perception of information for the Golf Swing is where ALL learning has its start. Let’s single out a few of my top student perceptions that my teaching has led to big time improvement in a quick time frame. Most golfers that have a flipping action

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YOUR STUDENT WILL GIVE YOU THE ANSWER IF YOU JUST LISTEN

YOUR STUDENT WILL GIVE YOU THE ANSWER IF YOU JUST LISTEN Teaching, Coaching, & Player Development Committee Best Practice by: Rick Murphy, PGA Since becoming a PGA Member in 1981, teaching and coaching has been an integral part of my career. In

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PGA Teaching, Coaching, and Mentoring in the Game of Golf

PGA TEACHING, COACHING, AND MENTORING IN THE GAME OF GOLF Teaching, Coaching, & Player Development Committee Best Practice by: Ed Ibarguen, PGA Professional Golf Association’s throughout the world are collegial groups founded upon the mission

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Creating Depth for an Optimal Swing

Creating Depth for an Optimal Swing Kevin L. Britt, PGA Director of Instruction, Country Club of Spartanburg Teaching, Coaching, & Player Development Committee Best Practice A large part of successful golf coaching is understanding the forces

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Armed and Dangerous

Armed and Dangerous Teaching, Coaching, & Player Development Committee Best Practice Marc Lapointe, PGA – Marc Lapointe Golf – Fort Mill, SC Golfers come to the lesson tee every day armed and dangerous. They listen to their buddies,

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Inner and Outer Circle for Optimal Ball Striking

Inner and Outer Circle for Optimal Ball Striking Krista Dunton, PGA Director of Instruction – Berkeley Hall kdunton@me.com One of the most important things we can do as a coach and instructor is to help our students understand why they hit the

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“The positive attitude, perseverance, and smile will help you.” – Brad Clayton, PGA

The most important part of getting better or succeeding in almost anything you do is ATTITUDE. By: Brad Clayton, PGA Teaching, Coaching, & Player Development Committee Best Practice It is very difficult to teach golf through words or even through

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Helping Your Students Improve By Sports Previously Played – Leo Halloran, PGA

Helping Your Students Improve By Sports Previously Played by: Leo Halloran, PGA Teaching, Coaching, & Player Development Committee Best Practice During the interview process with a new student, one of the most prominent questions will always be

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Reactive Neuromuscular Training – Jason Sutton

Best Practice from Jason Sutton Reactive Neuromuscular Training Teaching, Coaching & Player Development Committee As golf instructors, we are always looking for ways to change motor patterns in our players the fastest and more importantly have

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