Practice With A Purpose

Friday, February 15, 2019

We have all heard the saying “practice make perfect” But practicing without a purpose in the sport of golf could just lead to monotonous activities that lead to no progression. When golfers practice it is vital to have a goal in mind. Don’t just hit a few balls at the range. It most likely won’t accomplish much in terms of improvement. Whether you want to practice on improving your swing, or work on your tempo, a strategic plan is in order.

Many golfers go to the range to practice their swing. But “practicing your swing” is a pretty broad statement. What specifically about your swing will you want to improve? Is it to stop hitting the ground? Or to increase your speed? Make sure you are detailed in what you want to accomplish. Set repetitive drills to keep you on track. And at the same time, manage your expectations and be realistic with your abilities. Setting a goal to have the longest drive over night is not realistic. Start with increasing your driver distance by as much as 20-30 yards. Or by improving your ball striking distance.

And if you plan to compete in a tournament, sometimes it’s best to step out of the range and onto the green. Start hitting 2 or 3 balls on the same hole or practice a tee shot with a couple balls. This is a great way to learn to focus on the target.

We hope you can utilize these tips to improve your game. If you don’t have a chance to practice on your own, you can practice with US Hole In One. Our Hole In One, Putting and Shootout contests are sure to motivate any golfer! Visit our website for details at https://www.holeinoneinsurance.com/.

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