Driving Range Tips You Can’t Practice Without | Golf Instruction | My Golf Tutor


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  • What accent is that?

  • Recently took up golf and spent a month at the range, thought I got pretty good but when I actually played around a course I was terrible.

  • When i hit multiple shots at the same pin , i am not so much trying to see if i can make the shot , i am looking for a good swing . I might hit 5 chips and the first 4 chips i take  just do not feel right but the 5th. swing is the swing that i am looking for . I could do the same thing using one ball but it might take me a lot longer to find the swing i am looking for . The same is true for driving practice or putting practice . I am learning something and i am learning it faster . If you have your swing down to where it is automatic and repeatable , maybe 1 ball works better . 

  • Still can't get out. Of bunker  give me some tips pleaseuj

  • Great explanation using relevant theory. Some suggestion blocked may be more useful for early learners. Also distributed rather than massed could be mentioned.

  • Your cool

  • Thanks for tips

  • I'm just starting out so this is one of those dumb questions.  It's a driving range?  But is that a driving club?  Can you use an iron on the driving range or will they get upset?

  • i get super tired by the end of a large bucket since im doing full swings on all my irons/woods/driver, i should start doing random practice since i already fixed my big slice, thanks for the tips.

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    Not sure I understood, except for part about making driving practice more difficult than actual play. I am a total beginner. I have practiced putting. Only been driving once and hit just to see if I could connect. So far so good. I have no idea what is involved in an actual game. I know players “tee off” but where that is in relationship to the green I haven’t a clue. So far I own a scratch bag, three balls, a putter, and a 6 iron. I figure that if I can develop my swing with the iron, and actually like it, I may buy another club, probably a 3 wood. Both my brother and my brother-in-law play golf so that is why I am mildly interested in learning. After seeing lots of videos I realize that it is far more challenging than I thought. Where I live, we don’t have such a great golf course, but at least it is close by and the fees are cheap. Glad I found your golf tutor videos.

  • This guys electric

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