Golf skills are arguably among the most complex sports skills. Although ‘complexity’ is notoriously difficult to define, the high precision requirements involved in hitting a golf ball, coupled with a relatively high clubhead speed, and the countless degrees of freedom involved in a coordinated action of the whole body are criteria that most would probably agree constitute complex skills. Both novice and professional golfers alike know the challenges this sport entails. To assist them in overcoming those challenges, different approaches to teaching have been developed by golf professionals, often based on their own experience and the perceived success of their methods (e.g., Jimmy Ballard, Butch Harmon, and David Leadbetter). For instance, David Leadbetter has built 28 golf academies across 11 countries that promote his methods and drills.