The criterion for judging the effectiveness of a swing training device is whether it can make you feel the difference between your own swing and the one the coach wants you to achieve. If a training device cannot give you such feedback, then it is not a good swing training device for you. Does your golf coach use swing training equipment? Does your coach have enough reasons to use a certain type of equipment to meet your training requirements? Many coaches have a wide range of swing training equipment, and I have them too. But these training equipment are not for display, the coach must use these equipment to help you improve your skills in a reasonable way.
I still want to remind you that some coaches may use a "heal all swing" training device to train all his/her students. However, a training device may be suitable for some people and not suitable for some people at the same time. Ask yourself a question: Is this swing training device suitable for you?
I used to think that phone calls, postcards, letters, and more modern e-mails are all good ways of communication after class with the coach. But in order to make sure that what you are doing is correct, there is nothing better than one-on-one communication. This is why you should understand what communication methods your coach uses, so that he/she can get your sway as soon as possible. Pole video or picture.
It’s more effective to let the coach give feedback on your swing immediately through voice and video. Being able to provide immediate analytical feedback, further suggestions, course arrangements or answers to your questions are essential elements for achieving a good teaching relationship.
Can your coach himself reach the level of competitive golf? You may be surprised that many golf coaches have not broken through 90! This is still a fact, and it is important to the market. The urgent needs of golf coaches, this phenomenon may be more common. However, it is very important to choose a coach who has played professional or competitive golf in Beijing. Because when you are in the climbing stage or when you are confused, the level and experience of these coaches can really benefit you.
But on the other hand, great players may not be able to become good coaches. Some people’s role changes were very successful, but some people failed. There is a main criterion for judging the success or failure of the role change, and that is whether the coach has the ability to communicate with players of your level. Sometimes these coaches know how they become excellent players, but their methods are not necessarily suitable for you to unleash your potential. When a coach can't find a way to advance his/her players to a certain level, the coach is also approaching the end.
No matter who your coach is, the touchstone of his/her ability is whether he/she can show you what you should do with the simplest technique. If the coach can't give you a demonstration, he/she probably doesn't know what he or she wants you to do.