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Driving ranges are a golfers best friend. Unfortunately there are too many golfers out there that think they can just get better by playing on a course. This is only half true. Visiting a golf course will provide you the best experience in regards to getting a feel for different shots, however unless your taking a few strokes for each type of shot on the course, you will not be able to practice and get better.
This is where driving ranges come into play. Only at a driving range you can practice certain shots with certain clubs over and over again until you get it right. Especially if you are taking lessons, you would want to visit a driving range to apply what you’ve learned. Even if you are not taking lessons, just be visiting a driving range you can take a look at other golfers style of swing and try to replicate what they are doing.
While at a driving range try to experiment doing different things. If your driver is drawing too much every time, try adjusting your stance a little bit. This may be a temporary fix but it will be less frustrating until you figure out the real issue. You can slowly tweak your swing until it’s feeling and looking good.
Driving ranges don’t always have to be a serious place to visit. Some people just like to visit a driving range to smack a few balls out there and take their mind off of things. We’re all for it whatever your reason is.
Some outdoor driving ranges will also feature spotlights which will allow you to visit the range after work when the sun sets. There are also some driving ranges that have putting areas as well as a bar to enjoy casual drinks with friends.
Hitting the driving range is a great way to get better rather than spending a lot more money on a round at a course.
Visit a driving range near you and surprise your friends next time you play a round of golf. Get the confidence which will result in motivation for you to keep improving your game.
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Published by Shawn Dannemann and Round of Golf