The Uncomfortable Truth About Improving Your Game

Shawn Cox

Shawn Cox

SwingU Master Faculty, #1 Teacher In Southern California

An uncomfortable truth for many golfers is that you should spend equal time on the golf course and on the practice tee or green if you’re serious about improving your golf game. If you’re spending four hours playing a round of golf, you should spend an equal amount of time working on your shortcomings.

This 50-50 plan of playing to practicing will allow you to give the necessary attention to those parts of your game that need work while also getting real-time reps with a scorecard in your pocket.

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