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Keeping Stats on Your Teaching Business Brings Success
Any veteran teacher will have a general feel for when things are going well, but the one way to be sure is by the numbers. Here are your key indicators.
Your Time Between Lessons Needs Time-Management Discipline
The between-lesson period is valuable to instructors and tends to be under-utilized, even wasted. Here’s how to make it a business asset.
More Proven Marketing Tips for Dedicated Instructors
In our November 2019 issue, we offered a batch of innovative marketing ideas that coaches could implement quickly. Kick off 2020 with these additional tips.
Where Teaching Meets Club Fitting, Decisions to Make
The old ideal was for every teacher to learn club fitting and take care of their students’ gear needs. It turns out there’s a range of fitting solutions.
Techniques for Successful On-course Coaching
The playing lesson has been around a long time, but new and more effective ways of conducting these on-course sessions are emerging.
15 Questions for Instructors: Looking Back at 2019
One-year ends, another begins—before 2020 gets going, take this quick quiz and set your sights on greater success.
Golf Travel with Students—The Latest Trends and Tips
First, you coach them to a better golf game. Then, you take them to places in the golf world they’ve never seen. Nothing builds the teacher-student bond better.
Your New Student “Funnel” and How it Works
The student whose name first appeared in your lesson scheduler this morning likely entered your “sales funnel” weeks or months ago. That’s the nature of finding potential customers and adding them to your active roster.
Instruction Programming: What to Offer and How to Explain It
Golfers looking to end frustration and truly improve need to be told in a clear way how to start down that path. A long list of programs will confuse and overwhelm them—so hit reset on your teaching “menu” and watch your business improve.