Author Archives: Steve Williams WGCA contributing writer

Working With A New Student

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By: Steve Williams, WGCA contributing writer It can be very easy for a golf instructor, working with a new student, to just pick out swing faults, and then tell a person how they’re doing it wrong. Then, that teacher shoves their knowledge of the golf swing down the student’s throat until the student feels intimidated, […]

THE VALUE OF VIDEO!

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By: Steve Williams, WGCA contributing writer There is a communication gap between the typical golf instructor and their students.  That gap is the perception of reality by the student.  To illustrate this point, lets think about a chicken wing. First, for clarity, let me give you my description of a chicken wing: Because of improper supination […]

Helping The Student Who Might Be Spoiled

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By: Steve Williams, WGCA contributing writer A spoiled golfer!  Is a spoiled golfer like a spoiled kid?  How do you know if a kid is spoiled?  Maybe because they complain if they don’t get their way.  Maybe they always seem to need something to pacify themselves, or they get distracted and create difficulties. Sometimes, I […]