The following are solid principles to follow that will help to develop your teaching skills: Only perfect practice makes perfect Golf is a skill; therefore, practice golf in pressure conditions. This is the major difference between learning a skill and learning a technique. Keep practices sessions short and frequent when working on a new skill. Use practice time efficiently. Students should experience a reasonable amount of success at each practice session. Make practice fun as well as challenging. Positive Attitude towards Learning No matter what the standard of the player, a good instructor will make him or her better. It is important that any learning situation should focus toward success. The attitude of the teaching professional and student should be characterized by two qualities:
- An open mind to receive new ideas.
- An enquiring mind to question new ideas.