My opinion. Any certified PGA professional will do a good job teaching a beginner the basics of the golf swing. After that you need to take stock of your physical state - your body type and flexibility. At that point, a pro with a lot of teaching experience is important. They may show you swings of tour pros whose body type is similar to yours. They may test your flexibility and suggest stretching exercises, etc And, it’s really important to sort out your personal goals so that you can communicate them to the pro. In my view, you should be careful of a pro who doesn’t start with your goals.
I don't think that is why most people play blades or iron shafts in their irons. My post above was absolutely in jest and I don't think there is a stigma in gaming graphite shafted irons at all.
I know very good players who play hybrids all the way to their 7 iron.
I gotta go with Erik on this. IMO it’s still golf, which is hard. Golf will always win. That being said...I’m curious how BDC can be a great wedge player with those SLI. I have to admit If Bryson became a fierce short game player....he would be very difficult to beat.