How Do You Warm Up Before A Round Of Golf
If you are like most people you arrive at the course 10 minutes before your tee time. Then you check in at the pro shop, load the clubs onto a cart, race down to the driving range, scrounge 2-3 left over range balls, do a couple of “sumo” squats to loosen up, grab the driver, blast that warm up “sleeve” and now you’re off to the first tee!
6 holes later you feel warmed up and start playing better. But…you’ve wasted 6 holes and can’t get those bogeys, or worse, back!
The BEST players in the world, and serious single digit handicappers, follow a different plan.
They get to the course and go through their stretching routines. That is followed by a very deliberate plan/routine to get ready to play that day.
While you may not have time to get to the course this early, you can certainly modify this approach to fit your time schedule.
Video courtesy of PGA Tour