Teaching golf is not a one-way activity. One learns by teaching it. Percy Boomer shares his experiences as a golf teacher in the articles below.
And even if you're not a golf instructor... even if you are just a weekend golfer, you can improve your skills by repeating and teaching what your instructors teach you, and whatever other drills, tips and techniques you learn from sites, books and videos. One learns by teaching others. There is no doubt about it.
I often find that to be the case when I teach my kids what I know, what I learn, what I've read about golf. That's when the "blind spots" become more obvious, and that's when I find what parts of my understanding of a given area of golf need more work and review.
Learning Golf with Inverse Functioning: Part 3
Learning Golf with Inverse Functioning: Part 2
Learning Golf with Inverse Functioning Part 1
About a Golf Maniac: An Interlude For Reminiscence
Golf Temperament: Part 2
Golf and Temperament
A Mathematician's Way of Learning Golf
Golf As a Dancer Sees It: Part 2
Golf as a Dancer Sees It: Part One
A Golf Monologue
Golf and Patience: Part 2
Golf and Patience
A Golf Conversation
How I Learned Golf
From Learning Golf to Teaching Golf
More Lessons From Teaching Golf
Teaching Golf and Golf Theory
What Teaching Golf Taught Me
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