It might seem like a bold headline, but most golfers are wasting 80% of their practice time.
That’s because they don’t understand that there should be two different forms of practice.
The first type of practice is, “working on your golf swing” – something most golfers do a great deal of.
The second type of practice is, “simulating game conditions” – something almost nobody does.
Golf is a unique sport in that every shot you hit has a consequence – it goes on your card – and this needs to be reflected in your practice.
Otherwise you are just mindlessly hitting golf balls.
The most successful golfers put an element of pressure into their practice, using drills that help them prepare for the pressures they will inevitably feel on the course.
Over the last 10 years of working with some of the best players in the world I have developed a number of strategies that can help any golfer to improve. Join my free golf tips newsletter.
Ps – Adding an element of pressure to your practice is just one of three keys to transforming your practice time. So If you feel your practice time could be more productive, then you might find my Players Programme Deluxe is a perfect fit for you.