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"Practice at home can be made more pleasant-and at least as profitable-if you do it along with a fellow golfer, your wife or son or daughter or golfing friend. Then each of you can take turns checking how well the other is doing and helping him to correct his errors. Teaching, you know, isn't the worst way to get things straight yourself."
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You know, as out of date as that quote sounds, it is true. I find that when I teach my wife anything about golf it forces me to think through the why and how of the technique, whatever it may be. Consequently, I start doing whatever it is better myself by reacquainting myself with, and becoming more cognizant of the intricacies necessary to do it correctly.
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