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that is pretty hard sometimes. When I am at the range, I am not there to bang balls...I am there to try to correct or improve my swing. unlike the course, I am not fast at the range...in fact, I arguably take longer between shots at the range than I do on course. I am sure that is an exaggeration, but it would be typical to go like this:
select club. select target. stand behind ball, visualize shot. take deep breath, spin club, step up to the ball, verify line, think about the thing I am working on...execute the swing, hold the finish while I watch the ball flight, watch it land. Start thinking about the execution of the shot, how it compared to what I was trying to do. Consider what adjustments might be needed or, if it was the rare "excellent shot"...I want to reinforce that.
Meanwhile the guy on either side of me has whacked 5-8 balls.
Often they will be hit a ball, rake, be in the midst of their swing on the next one before the first one lands or stops rolling.
They never bother me a bit. They are there to hit balls. I am there to improve. Often 2 people will roll through while I am working on mine...more power to them, and as long as there are open bays I take my time to try to get it right.
If I try to time it between their swings...it could be impossible. They are often hitting so fast that it is all but impossible to time between their swings.
At the same time, I am mentally strong enough to not worry about what the person in front or behind me is doing. Driving ranges are not quiet places in my experience and not a lot of sounds there that will bother me.
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Here's Rory and Tommy doing the "lefty" challenge....