Smart Practice and Bonus e-book


Most players don’t really practice…they just get exercise swinging a club. To make your practice productive and allow you to take that good form to the golf course, you need to follow the Rule of Thirds in practice.  The principles are that you need to do technique work, variety practice and competitive practice with your long game, short game and putting.  This type of practice is far more challenging than mindless training, but brings results that are worth the effort.

I’ve written a booklet 30 Practice Drills where the concept of Rule of Thirds is explained in more detail.  There are  ideas on how to apply the concepts to benefit your golf.

If you would like a copy then click here for a free download.


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