Winter Golf Plan
Welcome to our Winter Golf Plan. Get ready for next season and surprise your golfing buddies by following our 6-week plan.
What You'll Learn
- How to rip your irons
- Getting more distance from your driver, without sacrificing accuracy
- Game-changing indoor drills to practice at home
- How to play on wet, long, winter golf courses
- How to allow for winter greens when putting
- How to chip and play bunker shots off wet, muddy, heavy lies.
- Foot or strike spray
- Range basket
- Home mirror
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2 Ways To Get Started
Simple, Powerful 6-week Coaching Plan
How to Pure Your Ironsweek 1
In week 1 of our Winter Golf Practice Plan, we show you some simple drills that you can do at the driving range, to help you hit the ball then turf with your irons.
Long Game On Course Essentialsweek 2
In week 2 we cover the long game for winter play. Focusing on strategy, approach play, technique and equipment, to improve your golf during the winter.
Short Game On Course Essentialsweek 3
In part 3, we cover some key things that you can do in certain situations on the course, covering your short game including bunkers, chipping and putting.
At Home Drillsweek 4
In part 4 of the Winter Golf Practice Plan, we cover two important things that you can practice at home in an indoor setup - Mirror Feedback and Putting.
Revolutionise Your Range Practiceweek 5
In week 5 of our winter plan, we focus on how you can get the most from your practice at the driving range. From this, you'll learn how to improve your technique, mindset and how to cope with pressure.
Bombing the Driverweek 6
In part 6 of the Winter Golf Practice Plan, we look at the driver and give you some really good practices to help improve your setup, your speed and help you get the golf ball further down the range or the course.