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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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