Science and Golf II: Proceedings of the 1994 World Scientific Congress of Golf

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observation of teaching behaviour. In addition to providing data concerning actual teaching behaviours relative to mode preference, direct observation would allow the recording of time allocation to help quantify the degree of emphasis among mode preferences. Therefore, instead of pursuing the illusive “one best” method of teaching, golf instructors should focus on providing a better instructional fit between themselves, their subject matter and their learners through matching or mode flexing behaviours.


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