By Adam Young
The old adage of “Perfect practice makes perfect” is deeply ingrained amongst golfers worldwide. At one point, I also bought into this dogmatic statement. Golfers in every range are beating ball after ball in hopes that they groove a perfect swing that repeats. However, it is very likely that you now realise that this hasn’t worked for you.
But, what if there was a different way? What if there was a lesser-known practice method that has been shown to yield better results? Wouldn’t you want to know about that?
Well, there is – it’s called differential (experimental) practice.
The Main Premise
The idea behind differential practice is that you will actually practice things that you may never normally need on the golf…
Read the rest of what Adam has to say about Practice What You Don’t Want, To Get What You Do in the January 2016 Monthly Handicap Improver here: