Stop Practicing When You Compete
Does your preround warmup turn into a practice session? If so, that might hurt your game on the course…
I’m sure you hit balls on the range before you play. But if your swing feels off, do you work on swing mechanics and tweak before the round?
If so, you are turning the warm up into a practice session instead of getting ready to play with the swing you have that day.
In this golf psychology video, you learn why your warmup is not a practice, and what you need to do instead.
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