Off Season - Staying Sharp
Can Make the Difference
For most junior golfers, the
winter present a special challenge to
keeping their games sharp. With the
challenge of school, homework, poorer
weather in some cases, and maybe even
another sport to worry about, golf
practice can often take a back
Don't let it !
to help you keep you game in top
condition all this
goals for each area of your game that
you want to improve
- Have a list
of practice drills you can do in 30
minutes or less - go for personal
bests in each drill
someway be sure to practice at least
three times a week
- Practice your
putting indoors-especially 5 and 6
foot putts at least an hour a
- Absolutely take care of the
physically conditioning. Even if you
are playing another sport, don't
forget the specific workouts that help
your gofl game.
- Play at least 6 to
9 holes a week even in bad weather.
Bad weather happens in college.
Find an indoor range or golf simulator
or a heated driving range - use
it. Find a place and time to
practice your short game at least
twice per week
Stay with this
program and you will be off to a fast
start in the spring.
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