One of the worst things that can happen to golfers when they're working on their swings is to completely lose their tempo.
Unfortunately for many, it happens all too often, especially with longer clubs like the driver or when they start hitting range balls too quickly.
That, of course, will simply result in practicing bad swings, which won't have any benefit at all.
In this video segment, two-time U.S. Open champion Lee Janzen has a great tip to help you get your tempo back when you lose it on the range.
So the next time you're working on the driver and feel yourself getting quick, put that club down and grab a wedge, and you'll find your tempo.
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