I have a 4 x 5 mat of another brand and it seems sufficient for hitting drives with no issues.
For mat longevity through, a 5 x 5 mat that can either receive tees or has 4 tee stations can be rotated to move the wear around, and could last you double the amount of the 4 x 5 mat that can only be rotated in one direction.
Update to previous: after watching the video, I can definitely commit to doing the first part today (just installed the relevant app) and will get the alignment sticks so I can do the rest tomorrow. Thanks again!
Thank you. I really should do the entire practice plan -- Erik went through all that trouble to make it, then about three days in we discovered something really bad about my grip, so I switched to practicing that.
But I'm definitely going to do this one. It looks like I need a second alignment stick (I own one, and have a few pulled shafts I use other times), so I'll go pick one up (I hate to delay, but it's going to be tomorrow, not today). That's going to be Monday's practice and for some time.
Thank you; that makes a lot of sense. I wonder if I hit them too quickly (in terms of attempts / minute) when I do the clock drills.