|Greetings from Suzanne||Monday, 27 August 2012|
I want to spend a moment encouraging golfers to build a 30-minute practice regime into their routines at least once a week. Don’t stop reading now. And if you already practice, don’t stop reading. I want you to practice a routine that I can guarantee will lower your scores, whatever your current handicap.
I want you to set up for 20 minutes of practicing hitting targets that are 30, 40, 50, 60, 70 yards away. You want to find the club that works with either a half or full swing with the respective distances and make a mental note of which club and which swing is your go-to for each of those distances.
Start the session and find your rhythm by working up from the 30 yards target. Then spend the final 10 minutes switching between targets. Score your performance in whatever way you want, but end the 10 minutes with a score you can measure against your next practice session.