I know what I am talking about because I have likely had to overcome the problems that my students have. There are simply fundamental mechanical movements that have to be performed to become competant in either gold or tennis. Make sure the basic are correct then get into the finer points.
I like being outside and active. I enjoy being around people who also share that desire. It is also fun to have a student you is interested on a competitive level to go deeper into what it take to compete on the level they want.
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Pretty simple. If I am teaching golf or tennis you have to start at the very basic fundamentals and make sure those are correct. Don't try to make learning the game any more complex then it has to be. Understand what the student wants to achieve and there situation and how to achieve their goals. If they have a specific problem they want to solve they focus on that but be holistic in your solution, Dpnt make it to compicated and make it fun.