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Five Ways to Have a Productive Golf Offseason

By Practical Golf, 08/17/18, 12:00PM CDT

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So what can you do to prevent your swing from going dormant over the winter? For many golfers who have access to a heated driving range it would make sense to go there.

With the golf offseason approaching, I wanted to give you some ideas on what you can do to make your time productive, and make positive changes to your game.

1) Look Back, and Look Ahead

If you are serious about improving as a golfer you need to make an honest evaluation of your game, and then set measurable (and realistic) goals. One of the best times to do this is at the end of your golfing season.

Think back to your year and think about what was holding your game back. Was it three putting? Errant tee shots? Poor wedge play?