Regardless of your ability level when it comes to golf, it’s pretty much a given that you will play your best when your tempo and rhythm are good.
But having good tempo and rhythm, like Ernie Els or Fred Couples for example, isn’t always easy, especially with the longer clubs in your bag.
In this video segment, Brad Brewer has a great drill that you can use when you practice to help develop a consistent rhythm that will carry over from the practice range to the golf course.
So try this drill out the next time you get a chance to work on your game and you should find it easier to swing within yourself when you hit the links.
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