GOLF TIPS: Practice vs warm-up
Time on the practice ground is invaluable to making some serious improvements to your game but it’s important to understand what you’re actually doing – with two distinct reasons why you’d spend time there, practising and warming up.
And bunkered Tuition Panel member Andrew Jowett, Head PGA professional at Gleneagles – the host venue for both the 2014 Ryder Cup and 2019 Solheim Cup – explains that they two are very different things.
Practising involves lots of repetition to try and engrain a movement or drills to force some kind of change in your technique, while a warm-up is purely for injury prevention and getting a feeling for what you’re going to be doing on the day.
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