My question is… When you go to the range and you get out of your car, put your shoes on and walk in, are you thinking about what you’re gonna work on? Or are you just walking in thinking “I am excited to hit balls into this field of a million balls”? If you choose the later of thoughts it’s time to change.
When you first get to the range, have a game plan. Golf is an individual sport so it takes a little more self discipline to stay focused. Think about it, if you have played any other “Team sport” when you go to practice there is a coach and he has drills for you to do, he has game thoughts for you to think, and he tests for you to pass. What good would a practice be without a plan or a purpose?
My other questions is… How do you split your time up? Do you walk in and grab your driver and pound 115 balls out into the field, throw your driver back into the bag and call it good?
Practice should have a purpose. If you don’t feel comfortable creating these “CRAZY” swing thoughts on your own, get a swing coach or an instructor to put the correct thoughts in and make the most out your time at the range. All in all if you spend money on practice balls and spend time at the range, utilize your time with good practice and equal club opportunity. 1/3 long game 1/3 short game and 1/3 putting!
SEE YOU ON THE RANGE!