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I have just read that random practice teaches more than repetitive practice. And differential is bettter than preferential. So that being said i made flash cards that have all of my clubs and another set that has shapes, ball positions, high, low, chip / bump run, pitch flop, etc. So next range session i am going to spend half the time playing the flash cards(one club and one shape) and the other half drawing a line down the middle of a wedge, mid iron, wood, and driver and practice hittiing heel and toe. Here is the excel file tor the flashcards if anyone wants golf flash cards.xlsx