DRILL CENTER: PRACTICE

DRILL CENTER: PRACTICE

Understanding how to practice is a basic skill. If you understand the steps and the reason for each one. Then if you are consistent with them your game will continue to improve. If you practice incorrectly or do not develop the basic skills that proper practice builds. Then your swing and your progress become limited.

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DRILL CENTER: PRACTICE
  • EXAGGERATION DRILL

    Being willing to exaggerate is the key to quick changes in your swing. It is very difficult, if not impossible, to make small changes. You cannot feel the difference. So if you want to change, make big exaggerations. Do less and less exaggeration if you take the club too much to the inside and co...

  • POSTURE DRILL

    To get into the correct posture, first, take a club and hold it up to your spine on your back. Take your normal standing posture. Make sure your toes are quiet. Now push your hips back and then tilt your spine slightly towards your trail foot. Your knees should be directly over your ankles, and y...

  • PRACTICE STATION

    Setting up a practice station is very important relative to becoming consistent. To begin, get four sticks. The first one you set down, aim at your target. The second stick goes on the ground parallel to the first stick and about one foot to the left of the first stick on a right-handed player. T...

  • WAGGLE DRILL

    When you set up to the ball, the way you move the club drastically influences how you take the club away and also how you swing. These small movements, or waggle, program what you want your swing to do. It is critical that you make these motions to help your swing function the way you intend. As ...