MHI Golfer Question:
I often find myself trying to fix my swing after hitting a few bad shots during my warm-up. Panic sets in and I quickly start to fear a bad round. By the time I’m on the first tee I’m very anxious and feel like the ball could do anywhere.
How can I avoid this?
First, a bad warm-up doesn’t mean you are going to play badly. I’ve worked with countless players who have struggled during their warm up and ended up scoring in the mid 60s.
Let’s take a look at the goals for the warm-up.
- To warm up your muscles.
- To be aware of tempo, tension and balance.
- To get your geometry right.
The one thing the range is NOT for before playing is giving yourself a lesson.
One thing that might help you is to limit the balls with to 2 or 3 max with each club. This means that it would …
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