Aspire: 18 Ball Warm Up

Don't rush your warm up...ease into it

Do you have a quick golf warm-up routine?  We rush to the first tee more often than we’d like to admit. Here’s a great way to slow it down and get in sync.

Your New Golf Warm-up Routine

Zap three flags with your rangefinder: 70, 90, 130 yards.

Pick three clubs that will get the ball to these targets with half swings. Hit two balls to each target.

Then pick clubs that will get to these targets with 3/4 swings. Hit two balls to each.

Then pick the clubs that will get there with full swings and hit one ball to each target.

This is a great way to:
– align your alignment
– warm-up your muscles, especially your back
– get you in rhythm

There’s nothing worse than rushing to the range to hit 100 balls in 3 minutes or and pulling out your driver and swinging for the fences…ease into it. Or else your rhythm is off, your sequencing is off, and the third vertebrae from your tailbone is throbbing.

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  1. Steve Ruis

    September 30, 2020 at 10:00 am

    That only adds up to 15 balls. (2 x 3 then 2 x 3 again, and then 1 x 3).

  2. Tom Hamilton

    November 2, 2020 at 10:59 am

    That is because you put the other 3 range balls in your pocket. Then, when you get home…you whack those from your back yard to that neighbor’s yard…you know the one….the guy with the noisy pick up truck.

  3. John Davies

    January 17, 2021 at 3:27 am

    Do you have any pre game practice ideas for golf courses without ANY practice facilities?


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