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Comment from: Teaching Pro [Visitor]
Contact an LPGA Teaching Pro. The requirements for an LPGA Teaching professional is to attend many classes and seminars to obtain their Class B and Class A membership. These classes addresses the teaching of women and children as well as men.
12/19/05 @ 11:57
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
That's just avoiding the issue, the way I see it. I watch Cindy Miller (the one from The Big Break) and Marlene Brodzik-Davis (former LPGA Club Pro Champ), two western New York LPGA pros, teach men with the greatest of ease. Why can the men not do the same, or at least make an effort to learn? Ahh, maybe you're saying that the men should attend the same classes as the ladies? Now I get it!!
12/19/05 @ 12:14

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