Men of all ages like to give women instruction. A man would never entertain the idea of walking over to give another man unsolicited golf instruction on the driving range, but will hop right over an give unsolicited golf advice to any female struggling on the driving range.Of course, women have recognized this since cave-man days, and have used the instruction inclination of males as a pick-up opportunity, cooing, "Can you show me how to hit the ball such a faaar distance," at the driving range.However, even though unsolicited clay shooting instruction, to women, might seem like loving and caring behavior, it is really about domination and control, and the modern woman understands that and doesn't like it. I recently went through this with a female family member at the shooting range, and seniors, in particular, who sincerely want to share their love of the sport of clay shooting, must learn to put a brake on offering unsolicited instruction and advice, because it will drive a lot of women away from the sport.The key phrase is "unsolicited advice". Further, in this regard, if advice is solicited, it is meant for the one situation, not as a license to offer advice, unsolicited, for the next decade.The shooting clubs all recognize that women shooters are the fastest growing segment of shooting clays, and want to attract that money. This is the primary reason you see the sign at some of the shooting clubs, "Do not offer unsolicited instruction or shooting advice."