Golf Tip: Practice is Good for Your Game
Practicing your golf game is kind of like eating your vegetables. You know it’s good for you, but it’s not very enjoyable. Just as you’ll finish a whole steak and leave half your broccoli on the plate, it’s easy to skip the driving range and head for the first tee!
Ignoring practice in favor of all play will eventually catch up with you. You’ll fail to improve your weaknesses and you develop new skills or learn the intricacies of your swing.
In short, your game will stagnate. If you truly want to play better golf, then you need to increase your practice effort. To make your work worthwhile, set a plan…
1) Set a long-term goal – challenging but within your reach
2) Break down your big goal – into smaller increments
3) Identify areas of your game – most in need of
4) Make practice more fun – use golf drills
5) Track your progress – confirm your labor is paying off
Don’t scoff – lots of people like vegetables, after all!