KentuckyHillsIf so is it worth it? or is watching YouTube tutorials or talking to guys around the park and just hammering away over and over just as good ?
All of the above...
I've only had just a couple lessons from a short program at my resort and little tips here and there from people. Mostly self taught. My progression rate is very slow due to being old and cautious, not having peer pressure, and in general an obsessive person that likes to hammer at small little details.
You take what was taught to you / what you see on YT or on the hill and you apply those techniques over and over. Repetition is important. A coach is beneficial if you can do it, but its up to you to put in the work.