Mixing Up Your Practice

Many golfers complain that they cannot take their ball-striking ability from the range to the course.  This is because hitting one club repeatedly at one target for a long period of time is not representative of golf.  It is important to mix clubs, yardages and targets in a practice session.   Do not hit with the same club, to the same target, or the same distance for more than five shots at a time.  Continually switching it up will mimic golf on the course more accurately.  This is a much better way to spend your practice time.