Originally Posted by KyleAnthony
haha feel free to send me the back scratcher haha. i set up a schedule for practice.
Mondays - Long Irons, Putting, Chipping
Tuesdays - Short Irons, Sand, Putting
Wednesdays - Pitching, 3/4 Shots, Putting
Thursdays - Woods, Chipping, Putting
Fridays - Round of Golf
p.s. when i work on irons i do 1/3 bucket fade, 1/3 Straight, 1/3 Draw. this way i can use different approaches for different pin placements
Thats what i will be doing until my birthday, and after hopefully haha
Good Luck with the business and the golf.
If I may I'd like suggest 2 things that help me.
First, keep and separate score card for each round tracking fairways ( hit or miss left or right), greens ( same add short or long and distance from hole) sand saves, penalty shots and putts. Put these in your journal or keep them as reference. Give a nice over view of weaknesses.
Second, I have a 4ft aluminum measuring stick. It has a hole in one end to hang on the wall. A ball rests in this hole quite nicely. Practice rolling putts keeping them in the center of the stick for the full 4ft. Really good for identifying square, open or closed contact with the putter. Also you can do this on a green or in your living room. In my case I use it all winter as I'm in Ontario, Canada with about 2 feet of snow.
Hope this helps and again. Good Luck.