If you’ve been following this site for any period of time you know that I don’t advise people to “rake & fire” on the driving range. This just isn’t an effective way to practice because you rarely hit the same club 25 times in a row from a perfect lie on the golf course.
Last week we looked at the four fundamental principals to making your pre shot routine solid and reliable. This week Will Robins, a PGA instructor based in California shares some excellent ideas on how to actually improve your game by changing how you practice
What an amazing PGA Championship for Jason day! He was incredibly consistent and his routines aided him greatly. I love how you could see him close his eyes and visualize the shot and then slowly approach the golf ball every time.
Today I want to talk about a routine that is greatly overlooked, but has a huge impact on our scores: the putting routine.
Your putting routine is what allows you to successfully complete pressure putts. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, how do you expect to have a consistent outcome if you don’t have a consistent routine?Continue Reading
Welcome to another Mental Monday,
Most people see their shots starting to come off of their target line and jump straight to tinkering with the swing. Well, in reality the first place you should check for problems is in the alignment.
All too often when people line up to hit their golf shots they simply waddle around at address until they get comfortable assuming they’re pointed at the target.Continue Reading