Originally Posted by SoundandFury
Here's my thinking in terms of importance: 1. Driver, 2. Wedges (100 yards in), 3/4. Irons and putting. My reasoning:
Say I have a 420 yard par 4. If I can put a drive...
A TERRIBLE way to determine what you need to practice would be to simply see what clubs you hit the most on the golf course.
For example lets say you hit a nice drive down a par 4 and you have 150 yards left. ...
Couldn't agree more cipher! Sometimes when working on 1 or 2 pieces, 3 or 4 will clean them self up. It's all about prioritizing properly and then associating what you're feeling with what you are trying to accomplish.