Whether you are a beginning player or have been commanding the fairways for years, chances are, there is still much of your game that can be improved. Many of you have probably heard that the best way to raise your game to a higher level is to go out and play golf consistently.
What this idea does not take into account are the time and money limitations that the casual golfer faces on a regular basis. That being said, with a busy week and limited daylight, many of us are left asking the question: “How can I get better at golf if I’m unable to play regularly?”
Well here is your answer: Using a backyard or driving range. You'll save time, money, and even get the opportunity to improve each aspect of your game one by one (which you can't do when playing on a course).
Here are three tips that will give you the confidence you need to take on the course using a backyard or driving range.