Golf Tip #3

Before you grab your sticks and head to the course...

Set realistic expectations and remember the first few rounds of the season, you will be a little rusty. Do not get frustrated, instead take notes on what areas of your game needs the most help.
Usually after a lengthy time away from the game, we find it's the short game that needs the most attention. Now it's time to hit the range with a practice plan. I tell my students to spend 25 percent of their time on the long game and 75 percent on 100 yards and in. This includes pitching, chipping, putting and bunker play. Follow this strategy, and you will find that you can shake the rust off and be back to playing your best golf in no time!