Self taught through my golf library and diligent breakdown of swing, routine and mindset. By carving out and modifying few items I plummeted from 13 USGA handicap to 4.5 over 2 year period. Perfect practice comes from stripping down a swing piece by piece. Gotta start somewhere.
If you have any degree of athleticism, you can get a change on your game and enjoy competition.
overall, I have been affiliated at golf well over 50 years. I stretch, lift dumbells, put 10,000 to 30,000 steps on fitbit, and meditate 20 minutes daily. This keeps my routine balanced
work as ranger, starter and cartguy.
won many scrambles throughout New England/NY
The joy I get when progress shows its wonderful face on smiling players. Watching my children grow into not only competent players but people you would enjoy playing with again is a credit to this social and athletic contest. Normal play is approximately four (4) hours. Understanding when and what to talk about during this timeframe is vital to outcome. That's it!
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Understanding of the game overall including speed of play, manners, etc etc etc.
Observe swing. Physical limitations?
Being honest and frank and listen to goals of the golfer and making it realistic. Commitment level. Weekly? Bi-weekly?
Define how often we need to review any of the above.
Low handicap and 50 years experience playing on variety of public and private