October 6, 2014
Many of you are spending time on the driving range for the first time in many months. In most cases you convince yourself you just need to "get the rust off" and just make a lot of swings.
The result? You often buy the biggest pail of balls that is possible and swing away aimlessly until you hit the bottom of it.
Does it feel good to do this? Maybe, but did you get much out of it other than some exercise? Probably not.
Try and give some thought to your driving range routines this year when you are practicing. Warming up for a round is one thing but if you are actually practicing you should be trying to accomplish something.
Here are a couple of routines that I often use for myself and with students to vary up practice for more tangible results.
Play A Round
You are likely very familiar with your home golf course and how you play it. That means you know the club you normally hit off each tee box and the one you most likely use for your approach. Sure, it can vary a bit but you can use this information for the basis of a…
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