The process of selecting a coach is the same as your fingerprints. It is the only one, based on your current skill level and your ideal goals. During this process, I want to see a doctor, choose a good doctor to diagnose your symptoms and treat your symptoms. You must have some questions to ask your doctor, and you hope that the information you get from the doctor will make you feel comfortable and benefit your treatment plan.
Similarly, before investing time and money to improve golf skills, you should ask the golf coach similar questions and expect similar services.
You have a responsibility to ensure that you and your coach are in line or compatible. I mean in all aspects. This includes personality type, common goals, understanding of golf (how to play golf), and whether your coach is capable of meeting your personal needs.
Don’t blindly search for golf coaches on the Internet. One way is to ask your friends and golfers if they have a good coach’s introduction or their own coach. Ask them about the coach’s price, reputation, and where they teach, and whether they have improved under the guidance of these coaches. This is not enough. You have to ask the teaching techniques used by these coaches, whether they can provide timely information feedback, and whether the way they provide teaching information is suitable for your habits. You are most likely to find a co-producing coach through friends or golfers, because since your friends can get along with this coach and you can get along with your friends, then this coach may also be suitable for you.
Next, call the coach you are looking at and ask him or her if he or she has time to get to know you over the phone or go to a place to watch you play. A good coach will be very happy to discuss your skills with you and get to know you as an ordinary person. Before you officially become your coach, it is not an excessive requirement to give you an experience class.
Qualification and experience
Accreditation and Experience
You have to have a question, does your coach have certain qualifications and experience to improve your skills to the level you want to achieve? Many people claim to be golf coaches. Many people claim to be experts. In addition to the US PGA or LPGA, some organizations do provide training to improve the skills and teaching level of coaches. But these organizations are often very keen to make money through the simplest way, they provide a lower level of qualification certification.
So, when you look for a coach, it’s best if your coach is a PGA or LPGA professional coach. If it is a coach certified by another organization, you need to know whether this organization has given coaches valuable training in a considerable period of time, because a good coach can't be a crash course within a few weeks of training. It is also necessary to confirm whether the coach remains active in the certification organization, because a coach is constantly learning new technical forms and teaching concepts.
The most important thing is that a good coach should have a record of helping golfers improve their skills and performance. In short, no matter which organization you are looking for is certified by the coach, you have the right to learn about his/her training organization from the coach, so as to determine whether he/she is suitable for you.