Setting up a practice routine
What does practice mean to you? If it is going to the range to hit driver for half an hour and putt for five minutes, at least that is better than nothing, but is it really going to make you a better player?
Practice should be planned and thought out to be effective. It should cover the things that you do poorly, not just the things you do well. It should have goals and targets. Lastly, it should have a defined schedule.
Here is an example of a session for a player who is performing well in most parts of the game but is having trouble with bunkers and short putts. The whole session lasts an hour and, for scheduling purposes, let’s say it starts at 6:00 p.m.
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