Taking Your Golf Swing From the Driving Range to the Golf Course•
Posted on December 02 2016
Don’t be a golf driving range bunny forever!
Yes you need to work on your golf swing. A great short game won’t do you a lot of good if it takes you nine shots to get to the green! Agreed, BUT you need to avoid becoming an absolute headcase about every little detail of your golf swing.
There have been and continue to be some great golfers with golf swing faults. You need to understand your swing faults, how they affect your ball flight and golf swing. You then need to learn to manage them. Your swing will never be perfect! The game isn’t perfect! Bad lies, bad bounces and the ball that bumps off line on a perfect putt.
Sure there probably are some swing faults you have that need immediate and continued attention, (you’re never cured) and maintaining or controlling your swing faults is part of your overall golf game management strategy. BUT, lets get past the golf swing motion and get on the golf course!
I have two things that might help. One is this Special Report you can download from here entitled, How To Take Your Golf Swing From the Driving Range to the Golf Course.
Also, I have a video taken by Brendan DeVore of Be Better Golf of our playing four holes at Pendleton golf club. Hope you like it!