There are thousands of videos and articles on golf swing technique, but few cover how to actually change your golf swing in practice. In this article, we’ll cover the six steps I use and share with all the golfers I work with when it comes to making swing changes.
The general consensus is that practice makes you better at golf, or any given skill. However, seasoned golfers will know this isn’t necessarily true – you can put in hours of work every week and not get better, or in some cases get worse…
A big passion of mine is helping golfers get better. We all know a big part of this is practice. But how can you make your practice more effective and fun? I set up Golf Insider UK in 2018, with the aim of creating the golfing resources I wish I had as a 13-year-old kid wanting to get better.
Welcome to the Golf Range Practice Session Generator, a simple tool designed to help golfers improve their skills through targeted practice sessions. This can also be used by coaches to quickly add some extra fun to their coaching sessions.
We all know the only way to get better at golf is to practice and play, but today we’re going to look at something few golfers think about – when exactly does learning occur? This sounds like a weird question, and it is, but it is important for how you practice at different times during the year.
Breaking 90 is one of those momentous barriers for many golfers on their journey towards epic golf. Here we’ll cover a practice plan to help you break 90, before we jump into the weekly practice tasks, we’ll cover a simple explanation of the choices made in creating this practice plan.
In this article we’ll run through a practice plan to help you break 80. We’ll also explain how and why this practice plan will help you perform on the golf course. If you manage to complete this entire plan you’ll play 27 holes a week and have roughly 3 hours of practice split between the range, putting and chipping green.