Freezing temperatures and snow drifts make it hard to get outside to work on your chipping, putting and long shots. Despite that you should resist the urge to put your golf clubs away until spring. There are lots of drills and techniques you can work on to improve your swing even when it’s cold outside.
- Work on strength and flexibility during the winter. This will help you avoid injury when the courses open in the spring.
- Find an indoor driving range to escape the cold. There are plenty of indoor golf clubs in the bigger cities. If you can't take a trip to warm climate, these indoor ranges are the next best thing.
- The PGA of America recommends swinging a weighted club a few minutes every day to improve strength in your wrists and arms, and to increase your clubhead speed.
- Keep the club inside your house during the winter and work on your grip several days a week.
- Get outside and swing a golf club 100 times without hitting any balls. Practice each swing as if it were the real thing.
- The key is not to put the clubs away until spring.
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