One reason that golfers don't improve as much as they would like is that many have trouble taking their game from the driving range to the course.
And that makes sense when considering that most golfers don't practice like they play.
If you spend time on any driving range, you'll see countless players hitting the same club to the same target over and over again.
Whether practicing or warming up before your round, that approach is mistake, as SwingFix instructor Justin Bruton explains in this video.
Bruton advises switching clubs and targets before each shot you hit. Why? Because that's how golf is played.
If you get in the habit of warming up and practicing randomly, as Bruton describes it, you'll be better prepared to execute more effectively on the course.
For more tips from Golf Channel to help you improve your practice sessions, click here.