I wouldn't say Bellingham, WA is a particular cold place for winter but its cold enough that I prefer other sports. I love to ski and I usually switch to that once Mt. Baker opens its season which it has. BUT, I finally got down to scratch golf this summer and I'm trying to keep it that way.
I went to the range the other day and after about 2 weeks of no golf, I felt i hit the ball pretty well! However, I had 2 consistent shots: a baby draw, and a slight push fade. So, I'm not far off at all, but what I'm wondering is how people stay loose and try to maintain a good enough swing over the winter months?
Obviously, one of the answers is to put time into it. But, I'd rather spend money on skiing right now. But, when i do go to the range, I have trouble with what i should work on. Whether it be something specific or general. In summer, when I have started to play bad, I focused on good balance and timing, some of the basics. So, that's more or less the mindset I have when I do go to the range in winter.
What do you all do to stay loose and keep swinging well?