Short Game Practice

If you have 30 minutes to practice your golf game, then at least half of your time should be spent on the putting and chipping green. With most amateurs, between 40 – 50% of their score comes from putting and chipping. So why are so many people still on the driving range hitting there driver and irons more than 50% of the time while practicing their game?

Spending additional time on your short game is one of the fastest ways to start shooting lower scores! Reverse that practice time on the range and head over to the short game area. Great way to start “Practicing with a Purpose” for your game today!


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