Everyone is guilty of “ball bashing” at the driving range.

Before we know it we’ve gone through half the basket before even warming up properly.

Quite often we can also spend too much time and use up too many balls on the same club.

It is vitally important to try and practise what you are going to be faced with on the golf course when practising at the driving range.

In this simple drill, performance coach Duncan McCarthy demonstrates how you can split up your 50 balls to more closely replicate a round of golf.

This will also add a bit more focus and purpose to your practise sessions.

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