Top 14 Tips for Selecting A Golf School

Written by Bud Bradley

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Bud Bradley is a freelance writer, working long hours at a computer. His main relaxation is golf, and over many years he's visited many golf schools in an attempt to improve his game. This series of articles relates his experience.

Plan to Succeed - As a Baseball or Softbal Coach!

Written by Coach John Peter

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Each activity or drill. Note whether a review or new concept.

Time allowed forrepparttar 150880 activity or drill. NEVER OVER 20 MINUTES! If you'll simply wear a watch, you'll be amazed at what you can accomplish and how much fun your kids have, not to mention how much more baseball your team will learn. Keep 'em moving: No drills over 20 minutes!!

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John Peter, presently aged 50 something, is a lifelong student of the greatest game on earth. After being asked to find a more suitable occupation at age 26, many seasons after donning his first uni at age 7, he has transcended his skills into the much more important role of coach and especially as an instructor! He prides himself as never having charged any player or coach for a single lesson!

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