Y'all railing on iTeach for saying what you don't want to hear but he's developing a great cadre of junior players and at least one PGA tour player that I know of that was top 20 at the PGA championship and top 30 at the Open. He's giving you great feedback. Listen.
This is not about Iteach at all. He is not really giving me advice when he claims he can beat most top kids and college players. He is including players who probably within a few years will win a major tournament and become Top PGA players. That is a bold statement!!! It also irrelevant to question, He is also a instructor so I do not see how he would never say you don't need him. I never met an instructor who thinks that either.
With every coach I see there is progress and then it levels off and starts to seem like you paying for practice more then actual learning.At first you seek out better and better instructors. I can see at a certain point where the instructors are not really helping. The other issue I see is every instructor what to change a swing and has a different opinion on what works and doesn't. If your paying $200-$300 and hour your need to see results quickly.
I bring up Tiger Woods as an example because he was the greatest player and he talked to the greatest instructors the world ever seen and guess what he got confused and didn't win for years. They tried to change his swing after winning 13 majors? He even said this himself. He finally fired all the instructors and basically got success again.
I can see how this happens and at certain point you want to forget about lessons and play golf.
I have never met an instructor that has wanted to change my son's swing. They want to make a tweak here and there and that is it. That is because while he has some flaws that need tweaking, he has a really good swing and is a good ball striker. I paid an instructor, a really good one $150.00 an hour and he didn't want to change his swing, just tweak.
Every instructor wanted to change my daughter's swing because, quite honestly, when she was younger it was absolutely terrible. She did learn how to score with it though. I paid the same instructor $150 an hour and he wanted to change her swing.
It is the tweaks here and there that cause issues. Every instructor has different tweaks and at some point they contradict each other and confuse.
The only reason thatís an issue is because youíre going to a bunch of different instructors. Student should be all in and be on board. And if they canít find someone they can be with. If you only have one voice in your head there canít be contradictory thoughts.
Can you post your daughters swing? Based on results I canít imagine any instructor saying he canít teach her much. If your paying $200-300 an hour and the teacher tells you he canít teach much to a girl who frankly isnít shooting very good scores youíre being ripped off