The warm winter provided something we don’t get to see often in the northeast, year round golf in decent conditions. I’ve spoken with golfers who did not stop playing at all this winter. Although I took a break from playing, I spent a lot of time working on fundamentals, golf fitness and putting. All indications are that it’s going to be a great season and I’m looking to get into the low single digits, 5 or below.
My range sessions have shown me that the things I’ve worked on this “off-season”, are beginning to pay off. Ball striking feels great, and I love the ball flight I’m getting. I’m launching my irons super high without getting any ballooning. And my drives feel incredible. A lot of it has to do with the work that I put in using the Powerchute. It’s not just a training aid, it’s a real golf fitness tool, and it’s become the main training aid I use. It has really solidified my swing fundamentals and it’s been incredibly exciting.
What kinds of things you have done this off-season to get ready, and how are they paying off for you?