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A video on how to practice right
golfstar76
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Thanks for sharing. I agreed regarding about the warming parts, when one try to warm up with the wedges up to wood 1 (Driver) before a game (if you have the time of course) but I did not really like the rest of he is saying.

I read a book called "Every Shot Must Have A purpose". I would recommend this book.

Here I highlight one of the practice method. Important : remember to warm up 1st.

- Hit shots like you are playing in your course on the driving range.

Imagine you are on the hole 1 tee box in your home course (par 5 : 500 meter)
1) Tee off, start with a driver, pick a target and see how close you hit it.. let says 230 meter slight rightly
2) 2nd shot, maybe you need a 5 irons, pick a target and see how close you hit it .. Let says 170 meter
3) 3rd shot to hit 100 meter, hit with your short iron and see close you hit the target and 100 meter mark.

Remember you allow to hit only one time with each club like you are on the course. This will give you the feedback on how consistence is your swing with each clubs.

This method can be apply to putting and chipping too. Do not get a basket of balls and chip or putt from a same area. Just use ONE ball with only one chance and see your truth skills to practice, chip and putt in all area you can.

Keep hitting a groups of ball with the same club, might be good for working on your swing faults .. like always sliced or hook or topped or confirm carry distance.

This just my opinion as it worked for me.

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Thanks for sharing. I agreed regarding about the warming parts, when one try to warm up with the wedges up to wood 1 (Driver) before a game (if you have the time of course) but I did not really like the rest of he is saying.

I read a book called "Every Shot Must Have A purpose". I would recommend this book.

Here I highlight one of the practice method. Important : remember to warm up 1st.

- Hit shots like you are playing in your course on the driving range.

Imagine you are on the hole 1 tee box in your home course (par 5 : 500 meter)
1) Tee off, start with a driver, pick a target and see how close you hit it.. let says 230 meter slight rightly
2) 2nd shot, maybe you need a 5 irons, pick a target and see how close you hit it .. Let says 170 meter
3) 3rd shot to hit 100 meter, hit with your short iron and see close you hit the target and 100 meter mark.

Remember you allow to hit only one time with each club like you are on the course. This will give you the feedback on how consistence is your swing with each clubs.

This method can be apply to putting and chipping too. Do not get a basket of balls and chip or putt from a same area. Just use ONE ball with only one chance and see your truth skills to practice, chip and putt in all area you can.

Keep hitting a groups of ball with the same club, might be good for working on your swing faults .. like always sliced or hook or topped or confirm carry distance.

This just my opinion as it worked for me.


Thanks for sharing. Would love to try this method at range. I usually get caught up hitting one club trying to make every shot the same (trying to improve cobsistency). But usually get caught up trying to hit further.
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unfortunately the video link no longer exist huhu..

and I am in the same boat with what tjs mentioned years ago
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I usually get caught up hitting one club trying to make every shot the same (trying to improve consistency). But usually get caught up trying to hit further.


tried alternating between 7/ 5 iron and PW ( 5 balls each ) for some time ..( scenario of hitting par 3 course ) its a hit and miss event for me still

great info anyway guys ..
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