But is it just too much to ask for someone to at least TRY to?
I like to hit during lunch 2 or 3 times a week.
Sometimes I try to work on things. THough usually just a small bucket.
- Mostly just getting the repeatable swing. (the turf at the local range is crappy, so it's a crap shoot)
- Sometimes shaping
- Sometimes just hitting targets I pick in the range
- Other times problem clubs from previously
- Just getting reps on the groove is nice
- Every time I work on expanding my flexibility and increasing my total rotation - it's paying off
Other - Sometimes it's just about getting out of the office and whacking a small bucket
In the winter at the indoor facility, it's a LOT easier to mix it up between hitting, short game and putting. Much more productive. Especially when I get some Trackman time.
I'd prefer to work on putting, chipping, and pitching, but it's a bit crowded.