My close friend Kate Tempesta (www.ktuga.com) is one of the leading child development golf instructors and an inspiration to myself. I wanted to share with you her latest blog post on “Coaching the Child”. I hope you enjoy it.http://www.ktuga.com/category/blog-categories/authored-kate

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I remember early on in my golf career speaking with a member at the club I worked at just north of Toronto. I had only begun my teaching of golf, and was still very green in what I “knew” vs what I “thought I knew” . The discussion was the member telling me that my…

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The “key” or “building block” of a good golf swing is establishing a good grip. When I teach the grip I always work with each student to find the most comfortable grip for them. Sure there are advantages  to each one, but working with your student to make them understand the correct placement and getting…

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When teaching the golf posture I have always used a simple routine to show how simple it is to achieve the correct position. Next to the grip, posture is the probably the next biggest fundamental that is key to good golf swings. How many times have you heard this; “You lifted your head” or “Keep…

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Found this WONDERFUL article through my fellow PGA of Canada Teaching Professional – Jason Helman.   As Maria Robinson once said, “Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.”  Nothing could be closer to the truth.  But before you can begin this process of…

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How do I get Better?  See this reprinted blog post from http://golfprogress.net/?p=870#disqus_thread   What a great answer to a great question!  It is the ultimate question any player should be asking all the time, “what is the best path to improvement?” and John points out that there isn’t much focus in the magazines on the journey…

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