How to approach teaching golfers with adaptive needs

Learning everything we can, prior to the scheduled lesson, is always very helpful when teaching golfers with adaptive needs. Scheduling a 30 minute buffer before and another 30 minute buffer after the golf lesson is a great strategy to ensure that the student and coach are comfortable and that the transition time goes smoothly. When the instructor smiles a lot and is encouraging in every way, the student is more prone to become relaxed and enjoy the lesson experience. Encouraging follow up lessons and being consistent with motivational tactics for game improvement is a must. Teaching golfers with adaptive needs is a coaching opportunity. It is a chance to inspire and encourage the will of an athlete. It is an opportunity to bring everyone into the game of golf. An opportunity that should not be missed!