2 Lessons a Coaching Pro Learned at Junior Camp

Alan Fine

Although much of my early career was spent working with children, these days most of my time is spent with adults, in a work environment. Recently the Jamaican Golf Association invited me I to run a workshop for children ages 11-18. The association works to foster and promote the development of golf in Jamaica and runs youth events as one way to accomplish that mission.  The kids spent a few hours in the class room with me before heading out to the course to run some experiments.  In the classroom, I emphasized how focus drives performance and shared some tools that could help them be more focused.

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