As suggested saying, your children is never to young to play golf. That means children should start to play golf as eary as they can. And nowadays, most parents are doing like this. You can see everywhere very little children playing golf on greens with their tender face and cute golf clubs. However, more and more parents find it is hard for them to teach their children to play golf.
Most people, let alone children, seem to not understand that it is not what happens to you but how you respond that matters. When a child learns golf it would be most helpful for the child to also learn that making themselves upset adds nothing good to the situation and usually greatly reduces their ability to play at their best. How marvelous it would be to teach each child to not make things worse than they are by thinking of it in the worst possible way.
There are few things as important as controlling our thinking. In golf a child can become very frustrated and even quit the game because of how bad they make it when they play poorly or compare themselves with other more physically developed children.
It is vital to help the child accept themselves as they are and enjoy getting better. This process has to come from both the coach and the parents. This attitude is not taught by telling the child what to do. This attitude is taught by the parents and coach acting like it is true and being consistent about it.
Children have a natural tendency to use imagination and imagery. This is perfect for learning the proper ways of mental rehearsal and preparation. The parents should read books on how to use mental imagery and teach the child, with the verbal support of the coach or trainer, age appropriate ways of mentally preparing to play comfortably and well with their Callaway Big Bertha Alpha Drivers. This imagery is also used to prepare for the unusual and potentially troublesome situations that can easily throw a child's game off. If you are prepared mentally, very little can force you off your best game.
Learning the mental game, and how to control your responses, will go a long way toward eliminating the frustrations, hassles and slumps that make it hard to keep going while learning a complex game like golf and golf clubs like the Scotty Cameron Newport 2 Putter 2014. But once mastered, there is little else that can help and support the child's mastery of this wonderful game as much as mental training
Finally, golf is a game and should be played for fun. Sometimes the fun is postponed while you go through hours of practice with a set of taylormade burner 2.0 irons and slow physical improvement. But nevertheless, it is fun when you have begun to master the physical skills and you are improving in competition.