Coaching Philosophy-Willy Pumarol
Walk, Talk, Think, Play and Act like a Champion everyday of your life! Stay HUNGRY always, empowering your life with Excellence! Pursuing learning is the basis for growth, and growing is the key to living. I will seek first to understand, for understanding is the key to finding value and value is the basis for respect, decisions and action. I want to help influence the future development of young people and organizations according to the powerful word of God, for learning and growing beyond their current bounds. One of the aims of my curve on teaching is to create an interest in playing great golf. Saying in another way, one of my goals is to make learning and playing golf much easier than some may believe it can be. I believe that golf can be uncomplicated, interesting, and fun to learn and play, which leads to developing other physical and mental skills.
Over the years I help my students in learn “what to do” (a positive) and avoids any “How to” directions that try to fix poor outcomes. Studies into the nature of learning show that fixing is a negative approach to progress, and has never supported developmental learning. By focusing on “what to do" long-term learning is encoded through the students’ own reasoning and deduction skills.
Efficient approaches to developmental learning are designed to make students feel smart. These approaches take place in smart classrooms and smart learning environments. These environments take into account that Students Minds Are Really Talented. When we are learning, long-term progress requires more than the skill of remembering information. Studies from modern science not only support this view; they suggest that learning golf, more than any other sport, can accomplish this goal. Acts of “play” and “flow-through learning” support progress in schools, and beyond in any real world environment. “PLAY” could stand for Powerful Learning About Yourself. No man has seen, heard o even imagined the wonderful things GOD has in store for those who love the Lord ( I Corinthians 2:9)