What makes a good golf lesson?
A good golf lesson should leave the pupil satisfied that they understand what they are doing wrong and WHY. They should go away with a simple swing thought and drill to improve.
It should seem straightforward and doable. There should not be the slumping back into the car totally overloaded with technical jargon. This isn’t an effective lesson or one that is going to transform that persons game.
Apart from keeping it logical, the golfer should feel uplifted, a spring in the step and inspired to get practicing as they now know they can be better.
That’s what a golf lesson should be about, lifting the pupil’s confidence and enhancing their enjoyment of this wonderful game.