Communication

Mike Malizia - Effective Communications Skills for Instructing (Part I)

Mike Malizia is the Director of Instruction at Harbour Ridge Yacht and C.C. in Palm City, Florida and has spent the past few years honing the craft of public speaking to help make him a better communicator when he teaches. Here he offers his favorite concepts for become an outstanding presenter.

Mike Malizia - Effective Communications Skills for Instructing (Part II)

Martin Hall - Teachers Can't be Too Creative

2008 PGA National Teacher of the Year Martin Hall is one of the most creative thinking in the industry and is always coming up with new ways to communicate fixes for every kind of swing fault you'll ever see. Martin talks about dozens of his favorite fixes in this hour long presentation.

Mike Malizia - Teaching Today: Are You Prepared to be Your Best Coach?

Mike Malizia takes an in-depth look at how he uses innovative personality profiling to improve his communications with his students at Harbour Ridge in Palm City, Florida.

Martin Hall and Vikki Vanderpool - How to Give a Great Lesson on the Internet (Part I)

Martin Hall, 2008 PGA Teacher of the Year, and Vikki Vanderpool of Swing Pal explain the secrets to providing a high quality golf lesson over the internet. This is one of the fastest growing areas of student interaction in the instruction industry at this time.

Martin Hall and Vikki Vanderpool - How to Give a Great Lesson on the Internet (Part II)

Tim Mahoney - Secrets for Great Group Instruction (Part I)

Tim Mahoney has more than 25 years of experience teaching in a group environment and early in his career he worked hundreds of golf schools for Golf Digest. Here he shares his ideas for how you can deliver outstanding group instruction. NOTE: The audio on the first 3 minutes is very low, then corrects around the 3 minute mark.

Tim Mahoney - Secrets for Great Group Instruction (Part II)

Tim Mahoney - Secrets for Great Group Instruction (Part III)

Ed Oldham - Flip Your Classroom

Ed Oldham, Head Professional at The Ranch CC in Westminster, CO, explains a new theory of teaching where students receive the teacher's presentation in advance on video then more time during the clinic or lesson is spent reviewing and drilling with the teacher. This method called Flipping The Classroom has become a significant trend in education at many levels.

Gale Peterson - How to Conduct World-Class Clinics

Gale Peterson, Golf Digest Top 50 Best Teacher and Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher has conducted hundreds of golf schools and thousands of clinics in her career at Sea Island Golf Learning Center in St. Simons Island, GA and she shares many of her best ideas in this presentation.

Greg Schulze - Lesson Language: Why It Matters

Greg Schulze, former Minnesota PGA Section Teacher of the Year, discusses the critical importance of carefully choosing your language when teaching the game.