Practice with purpose

A round on the range

During any round of golf, you’re going to face a variety of challenges that require different clubs. So it’s a good idea to
practice as though you were playing a round occasionally.

Start with a driver as your tee shot, then move onto an iron for the approach and finally a wedge.
Change the number iron with each cycle and remember to include your fairway woods, too.

When playing a round on the range, make sure you play every shot as you’d play it during a round. That means including your pre-shot routine.

Practice makes permanent

Make sure you’re working on the right things in practice.