Golf is one of those activities you can play your entire life. Once a year, a couple times a year, or you want to play every week (or the really lucky ones who play every day); but no matter how much you plan to play, make sure to have fun.
I like to make golf fun for my students. We will laugh, we will talk, and together we'll explore your individual swing. All golf swings are like fingerprints; each is unique.
Knowledge of golf movies is not required, but entertaining.
I love people. I love talking with them, finding out what they do, what they did (retired), how golf is going to fit into their lives along with family, job, and other parts of everyday life. I enjoy teaching the game of golf and sharing how much joy it gives me (and frustration), and that each day has the potential to be a great day of golf or one where I just need to work on something to improve. The adage is true; golf is a game easy to learn but always a challenge to master.
Warren is great! I saw almost instantaneous improvement in the consistency of my swing after just one lesson. Every lesson since has built on that. Warren makes any change to the golf swing seem quite simple, and most areas of my game have improved dramatically because of him!
Warren hasn’t tried to “fix” all the things that are wrong with my game. We have worked on the fundamentals, and he has given me useful drills to work on my own.
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Warren Bailey is a dynamic & energetic instructor. He provides structured sessions - focused on various swing techniques. He explains and demonstrates how to change or improve a swing to reduce variability and improve consistency. Coaching and guiding are key aspects to his teaching. He has a keen eye for what corrections are needed and provides feedback that is most beneficial. He facilitates using teaching aides, explaining objectives, and application of exercises. He tells stories and makes the lessons fun.
Introductions, current job, other sports played now and growing up, and physical issues or limitations so adjustments can be factored in to teaching.
Then it's good to have a conversation about what it is the student is looking to gain by taking lessons. What is their motivation?
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