By Adam Young

Most people ruin their practice session the moment they hit their first ball. Avoid everyone else’s mistake by reading this, and understand how you can make your practice count.

When you go to the driving range to practice, what is your goal?

If you are like most people, you will fall into the camp of either:

  1. Wanting to perform well (hitting good shots)
  2. Wanting to change your swing (making improvements so you can hit it better in the future)

Most of the time, we want to be in the first camp because it is enjoyable and it’s why we play golf. But, your best shots now may not be as good as you could potentially hit it.

For example, a slicer may be able to…

Read the rest of what Adam has to say about Why You Can’t Improve Your Golf Swing in the September 2018 Monthly Handicap Improver here: