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    Journeyman Pro srixon 1's Avatar
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    Re: How do you practice?

    Chipping and putting mainly. It seems from previous posters that not many of you do that as often as you pound drivers down the range.
    Getting better at chipping and putting is the easiest way to lower your handicap.

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    Re: How do you practice?

    Quote Originally Posted by srixon 1 View Post
    Chipping and putting mainly. It seems from previous posters that not many of you do that as often as you pound drivers down the range.
    Getting better at chipping and putting is the easiest way to lower your handicap.
    very much dependant on whos about.. if the chipping area is empty its the first place ill go.. if there is anyone there I wont and ill do 15 wedge shots on the range
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    Re: How do you practice?

    I've been to the range once a week since new year and got 3 rounds in so far which is more than usual for me. About to work 18/20 days so gonna be on back burner for a while.

    Main focus over winter months is to get a little healthier and practice putting, putting and maybe a little more putting.
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    Re: How do you practice?

    Quote Originally Posted by srixon 1 View Post
    Chipping and putting mainly. It seems from previous posters that not many of you do that as often as you pound drivers down the range.
    Getting better at chipping and putting is the easiest way to lower your handicap.
    Not as much fun though
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    Re: How do you practice?

    Quote Originally Posted by fundy View Post
    how do you hit 150 balls? would take me 3 hours i expect and i get bored a long long time before then at the range!
    Absolute waste of time hitting 150 balls.

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    Re: How do you practice?

    Quote Originally Posted by 3565 View Post
    Im working on a 60 day programme that I've subscribed to on the internet. Thought I'd give it a try as it's about body movement and how to engage certain muscles and tying it in with what my coach is doing with me. It's something new for me and it doesn't involve holding a club at all, fascinating to me but possibly not to others.
    would love to know more about this
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    Re: How do you practice?

    TBH nothing. play over winter and enjoy the Craich.

    not hit balls for months. will start maybe March time once the nights are lighter and the weather is better. Been hitting it ok so no current issues
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    Re: How do you practice?

    Quote Originally Posted by anotherdouble View Post
    Is this the tathata programme?
    Yes it is.

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    Re: How do you practice?

    Can't wait for the longer nights and get back to the club after work and really get into the short game work off grass. Linear method starting to gel again but needs some work to stop the bullet thinned one that creeps in. Get that ticking over and I'm in a happy place

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    Re: How do you practice?

    Quote Originally Posted by fundy View Post
    would love to know more about this
    Google tathata programme fundy

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