I can not emphasize enough the importance of practicing. You can not expect to be a good golfer if you only get to practice once or twice a week. It is a game that you have to swing a club just about every day. If you take a look ay any other sport out there, baseball for example, your kid’s baseball coach wants that kid out there every day to take batting practice, field ground balls and do whatever they have to do, they just don’t want them out there once a week. Same thing with golf. You need to have your kid out there as much as you possibly can if he wants to become a good golfer. Everything that you are going to be working on at the range from setting up on the club, putting your feet together, ensuring that your body is set up, even that to the golf swing, you are constantly going to be thinking about what you are doing, even on the range. You want to do this enough so that when you get out on the golf course your subconscious takes over and you don’t even have to think about what you are doing. That is when you know you have got something but that is only going to come with practice.