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Golf Tip

Posted by Cobb on December 1, 2012 at 3:02 AM

PREPARING FOR YOUR ROUND OF FOLF IS AN IMPORTANT ASPECT TO PLAYING WELL ONCE YOU ARE ON THE COURSE.

Arriving at the driving range with ample time to hit some practice balls and putt helps you to get ready for your round. As golf professionals, we often hear of people who hit it great on the range but not on the course. There are some effective ways to warm up that may help once you are actually on the course.

Always hit practice putts! Unless you hit the ball in the hole from the fairway or rough, you are always guaranteed to putt when on the course.

For the last few balls you hit when practicing your full swing, hit clubs as if you were on an actual hole on a course. If #5 on the Hills is a hole that gives you trouble, practice with the clubs that you would ideally hit on that hole and in order from the tee box. This mentally prepares you for that hole and helps to build your confi dence in your ability to play that hole.

Cobb

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