3 Step Golf Tip for Practicing at the Driving Range

Simply Swinging the Golf Club with Out a Goal is Not Exercising

I see a lot of golf players at the driving range that think they are on their way to enhancing their golf game. It is normal to think that practice makes perfect. Nonetheless, when it comes to your golf game, if you have no idea exactly what to exercise, your game might not improve, no matter how much you practice.

The next time you are on the driving range you will be on your way improving your game if you follow the 3 action golf suggestion below.

First, make a plan of attack for your upcoming practice session. Perhaps it is driving the ball directly and losing that piece or working on the accuracy of your wedge shots.

Now that you have your goal at hand, it is time to begin turning the clubs. You still need to warm up a little and could swing a few of your golf clubs initially till loose. Make sure you select a target out in the distance when you start to concentrate on your everyday objective though. Just hitting the ball to hit the ball is not going to do you any good if you cannot evaluate your outcomes. Practice by hitting the ball at a specific target until your accuracy is perfected. Continue reading