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.
In this article, I’ve put together some of my favourite short game skills games. Together they give you some great strategies to develop a pretty epic short game.
‘What should I practice at the driving range?’ – this is one of the most common questions I get asked as a coach by club golfers. Along with ‘How can I hit it as far as Bryson?’ and ‘How can I get more backspin?’. Anyway, we’ll stick to the first question.
One of the toughest aspects of golf is knowing if you are on the right path. We all have good and bad days, and times where our swing just leaves us. So when do you stick to your guns and at what point should you try something else?
We all know getting better at golf starts with practice. However, deciding how you should practice to actually lower your scores can seem overwhelming. Here we cover some basic principles that apply to golfers of all levels – 36 handicaps to scratch – you will improve if you keep these basic principles in mind.