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What is this practice thing?  😂

I hit the range for 15 minutes prior to a round of golf, just to warm up.

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I like to try and go to range twice a week unless there's rounds in there then once or none depending on how many days I play. 

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I'm fortunate enough to have a range out my back door so I practice anytime I feel like it. I have plenty of golf balls, some I've bought in lots from ebay and many, many more I've found out on the course. I'm also extremely fortunate to have a wife who walks out and helps pick up the balls so I can hit them out there again! Ha! Eat your heart out! 😁

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On 3/12/2021 at 8:41 AM, nevets88 said:

Another thing is the rate at which you are hitting balls. I am doing slow rehearsals, videoing and analyzing right there on the spot. Often, I will take more time with a small bucket than most people with large buckets. I believe this is a more productive way to practice though as you see what you're doing wrong right there and adjusting rather than hit and guess (and curse). My routine is after I hit a shot, I always take extra time to think on what worked or didn't. And look on the face for contact point.

This is great advice.

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I have a golf simulator at home and I also work from home. During work, I take 2 breaks of 20 minutes each to practice the full swing. At night, after my wife and kids go to bed, I spend another 30 minutes working on pitching and chipping from 10 to 90 yards.

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7 hours ago, khalespace said:

I have a golf simulator at home and I also work from home. During work, I take 2 breaks of 20 minutes each to practice the full swing. At night, after my wife and kids go to bed, I spend another 30 minutes working on pitching and chipping from 10 to 90 yards.

Oh my gosh, I could not be more envious. 

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