Get The Most Out Of Your Practice Session

Jason Sutton

Jason Sutton

SwingU Master Faculty, Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher, #1 in North Carolina by Golf Digest

One of the most important parts of getting the most out of your practice is setting up a station that’s going to allow you to get more effectiveness from your range session. 

Using alignment rods, set up a target line rod on the ground, a start-line rod about 10 feet in front of you and a swing plane rod stuck in the ground at the same angle as your club at address. You want your swing plane rod to be a little behind you so that when practicing your takeaway, the ferrule of the club — where the shaft and head come together — is hitting the rod.

These rods will give you great visual feedback, so that instead of just beating balls, you can accomplish something with your practice session.