Not all golfers enjoy hitting balls at the driving range. It takes commitment, a certain amount of time, and it costs some money. If you fall into the category of golfers who spend time on the range and have recently started golfing, this might be something for you. The driving range drills for beginners will give you some suggestions on how to improve your game and become a consistent golfer.
Practicing at a driving range has its positives and negatives, but it can definitely be helpful. This time we will focus only on the positives. The most important thing about the range is that you go there only if you have a plan. Aimless ball hitting will most likely not result in the best outcome for the long term.
When at the driving range it is beneficial to hit different clubs and get the feel for different types of shots from different distances and scenarios. All that is something for a different conversation. This time we will talk about how you can make your golf swing more consistent. There are different drills for different aspects of your swing that can help you with that.
Below we will focus on the swing basics through the following drills:
- Backswing Drills – this will help you start your swing the best possible way.
- Downswing Drills – the downswing is the crucial part for the impact, these drills will help you to get to the ball the better way.
- Impact Drills – solid contact is all you want, and some drills can help you with that.
- Follow-Through Drills – the last part of your swing is as important as any other, the drills will help you finish your swing like a pro.