When warming up before you play, using a combination of clubs and shot lengths is extremely beneficial, as Kirk Jones of the Golf Institute of Technology explains.
One thing you should never do when you are warming up on the driving range is focus on your driver. Some golfers take out their driver and try to hit the golf ball as hard as they can. But if you take a more subtle approach, as Kirk Jones of the Golf Institute of Technology suggests on this episode of Golf Smarter Tips, the benefits may be immediate and dramatic.
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