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This is a simple concept for golfers who have a tendency to "hit and rake" when they are on the range. While a "rapid fire" range session can be a bit addictive, and no doubt fun, it is not the best method for creating lasting change. That said, a great rule for combating this is to make sure that you slow down and rehearse the movement/drill you are focusing on after every 4th ball. Bringing some added awareness to your movement is not only a great test, but it will make sure you are in the right state of mind for performing "mechanical" practice. Remember, effective practice is not only about "quantity", but "quality" as well.
Playlists: Practice Strategies
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