Many of the world’s top tour players not only shoot great scores, they also have a regular routine every time they practice as well as on competition days.
Think back to your last few competition rounds. Did you do the same thing before, during and after the round as you would normally do when playing a friendly practice round? Or did you jump out of bed straight into the car and fly off at high-speed to the golf course?
If your routine is scattered, you’ll be under-prepared by the time it’s your turn on the first tee and chances are your score will suffer.
Professionals generally correctly sequence their golf practice sessions. In other words they will gain their flexibility and mobility and feel primed. Only then will they follow with the more powerful and dynamic motor movements involved in striking a golf ball.
When you look at professional athletes in other sports it is clear they are similar in correctly sequencing their warm-up for their specific tasks. You must do the same.
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