By Adam Young

If you are reading this, you probably spend at least some of your precious time working on your game to get better. This article will help you identify 4 ways to improve the effectiveness of that practice.

By adding these methods to your practice regimens, you will be able to retain your learning for longer, as well as improve the ability to transfer it to the course.

Random

A lot of science has been conducted on the effects of random versus blocked practice.

Blocked practice is where you hit the same shot, from the same place, to the same target, over and over. Just like 99% of golfers do.

Random practice would be switching clubs, going to a different target, hitting a different shot type from a different lie etc. Just like no golfer does.

You will be saddened to hear that random…

Read the rest of what Adam has to say about the Four Keys to Effective Practice in the June 2018 Monthly Handicap Improver here:
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