Many times golfers will slack off play during the off season and when Spring rolls around their game is really rusty. To avoid the “Spring rebuild” of their golf game and all of the frustration that accompanies it, golfers can use the winter months to keep their coordination and conditioning just by setting aside some time to play or practice twice a week. Even if it’s just 9 holes (2 hours max), hitting a small bucket of balls at the range, ($2 and 30 minutes) or putting on our practice green here next to the Pro Shop (free), a golfer can maintain the eye/hand coordination which is so critical to striking good shots.
Winter is also an ideal time to improve their technique by tinkering with the mechanics of their swing during a time when the pressure of performing in Tournaments of going up against their golf buddies in a grudge match is less prevalent. Setting aside the time is easier than most folks think. Some folks hit balls or practice putting during their lunch. After work is an ideal time to call up your friends and play 9 before you go home and before it gets dark. Speaking of dark, many folks don’t realize we have lights at our driving range and the only time we close the range is to pick up all of the balls to mow. If the weather is really bad, at least putt some on the carpet in your house.