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How To Hire A Good Golf Tutor For A Moderate Price
You have to be wise about hiring a golf tutor, especially ones that come in at a slightly lower price. Here are ways to get a good deal on your tutoring while still receiving excellent training that will systematically improve your game.
Be specific about what you deem as ‘good’
Before you start working out how to find a good instructor, it's important to establish what it is you want in your ideal instructor. Consider making a mental list of the qualities you want to look out for. Some examples may include experience, friendliness, patience, etc.
Another aspect to consider is what aspects of your golf game you want you and your tutor to work on together. You may be a beginner who just wants the basics, or you may be a veteran golfer who wants to improve a specific aspect of your game.
There are a lot of good golf tutors out there, but you can be sure that a percentage of each one’s students will give them a bad review. This is rarely because of bad tutoring, but has more to do with bad communication—or a simple personality clash. When choosing a tutor, it’s essential to gauge whether or not you connect with him or her. How expensive the tutor is will likely have nothing to do with whether or not you gel with that person.
Fresh golf tutors
Another option you may want to consider is choosing a golf tutor who has only just started giving lessons. Their prices will be more on the lower side and they will be eager to impart their knowledge onto their new students. New tutors are also super patient—a trait you may want if you are a beginner.
It’s up to you anyway
The best way to get the most out of your tutor is by applying the advice they give you. Even if you don’t have the best tutor in the world, make sure you get your money’s worth by being attentive and practicing every aspect of each lesson. Ask lots of questions and update your tutor on your own progress. The more you communicate, the better you will become.
Good luck with the search for your ideal golf tutor. Remember to take your time and do some research before settling on just anyone.