If the weather doesn’t cooperate, you can still improve your golf…

What can you do to help your game when the weather is bad and you can’t get outside to play?  Here are a few suggestions:

Spend time working on your grip.  Make sure with your golf professional that you have your hands on the club effectively then spend 5 minutes each day putting your hands on the club that same way.  After just a few days your grip will feel like second nature and when it comes time to play again you will be ready.

Use your workout to help your golf game.  A brief golf fitness screening session can help you identify the areas of your physique that may be holding you back from making your best swing.  The Titleist Performance Institute and I can quickly put you in position to gear your workout to help your game.

Putt.  Putting in the house on the carpet at the leg of a couch or a plastic cup can increase your confidence on the greens more than you might imagine.  The simple act of rolling your golf ball to the target translates to the golf course.