Get the most out of your range time.
Of course tour players spend a lot of time practising – hours a day whether they’re at a tournament or at home during an off-week. But there’s nothing mindless about those sessions. Guys I work with like Brooks Koepka and Dustin Johnson aren’t out there just beating balls without a purpose – and that should be your takeaway. Even if you don’t have a lot of time to work on your game – who does? – you can get better if you improve the efficiency of your practice. I’ll show you how to zero in on things that matter. If you do, you’ll probably find that you’re actually spending less time working on your game but shooting lower scores. How good is that? — with Matthew Rudy
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