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Basics For Those Golf Basics

September 26th, 2022

I know the difficulty people of any age have in trying to learn
NEW body movements for any sport. Come to think of it – I know
that same difficulty for people of all ages when they try to
learn anything from how to safely cut a slice of roast beef to
how to correctly type out an email message to send to their
family or friends.

I’ve played most sports – except lacrosse. I am still learning
new concepts of how to correctly move for the sports that I use
to play. (A young lacrosse player showed me some moves that are
part of the golf swing. Aha! Didn’t know that did you?)

That is the key! You have to be willing to learn new concepts.
Even the new concepts of Natural Golf and Gravity Golf, to name
two, seem to miss the concept of basic body movement from which
“the basics of golf” can be taught.

The Golf Teaching Pro industry has very good “teaching stuff”.

But, there is SOMETHING MISSING!

Many people try to play golf and too many of those give up.

A possible answer: Golf instruction has originated from people
who have “figured” out how to do that which is good for their
own golf game. Because no other starting point was available,
mimicking the successful golfers and following their advice has
been the starting point for beginners or struggling golfers.

I was taught how to teach athletics from a man who loved soccer.
I had never played soccer until I met him in university. I not
only became a good soccer player – I became a good teacher of
soccer and any other sport.