Golf is a game that is to be played by feel. Yes, there is no disputing the fact that we must teach our students the correct motions, but all of the motions lead to correctness in the most important part of any golf swing -- impact. We need to be making sure that our students are capable of making "a good practice swing" at impact. Instead of the student being misled that their practice swing feels great, since there is nothing like ball flight to tell them any different, we must teach them what requirements a practice swing must have as far as feel. Then it is their responsibility to feel it when they go to hit their shot with some cheap golf clubs australia.
You need to make yourselves are capable of making a scar left of the ball, or hear the swoosh with a driver from the ball forward, or look at the hole while taking a practice putting stroke, and be able to feel the length of the scotty cameron putters and pace of stroke they're going to need on a particular pitch shot while still making the correct impact requirement of scuffing the grass left of the ball.
Line up the shot from behind the ball, picking an intermediate target a few feet in front of the ball to aim the ping g30 driver australia face, and pick a target left of the intended target in the distance where it will feel as though they are aiming when they correctly aim parallel left of the target. And then walk to the side of the ball and place titleist 915f fairway wood head away from but equal to the ball, and get ready for practice swing.
Once that requirement is accomplished, you should step up to the ball and say to themselves "same thing" as they actually hit the shot. Remember to make a real length and speed practice swing fulfilling the requirement of good impact for that shot.