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A PUTTING LESSON FOR "HOPELESS," AN INSTRUCTOR-REJECTED BEGINNER

What you will learn:

How likely is that this student will improve from one lesson?
The instructors sends the student in advance of the lesson a putting protocol to read. Will this student read all, part of, or none of the protocol? Will the student recall some of the content at the lesson?
What club should the beginner start with and at what distance?
What should the instructor teach first: body positions and movements in hitting a putt or the putter head and face movements at impact?
To sink the highest percentage of putts, how far should a putt be able to roll in relation to the distance of the cup
What result and condition should you measure, observe and record on paper or a form?
For a beginner, what are measurable standards for sinking putts at distances of one, two, three and four feet?
What is behavioral shaping? How do you use it?
Does the rank beginner improve more by hitting the same putt ten or more times in a row from the same location or from a different distance and different cup on each putt.
Which causes the largest error in the roll of the putt or do both errors cause the same amount of error? (a) the putterhead path at impact is 10 inches to the right of where it should be, or (b) the putterface direction is 10 inches to the right of where it should be?
Which works better? One, tell the student what club or body movement she incorrectly made on the last shot. Two, state what to do correctly on the next shot and praise any improvement or continuance of desired performance.
Should the instructor contrast right from wrong together, or will the mention of what not to do only put negative ideas in the student?s mind?
What should the instructor suggest to the time-constrained golfer who is unable to spend much time at the practice range or playing a round?.

 

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