Practice Like The Pros
All good players understand the importance of prioritizing practice on areas of the game that make the greatest difference between good golf and great golf. I will give you some interesting stats below that demonstrate what makes players like Phil Mickelson, Jim Furyk, and Tiger Woods the great players they are.
Most amateurs waste practice time beating balls on the range while neglecting the parts of the game that make the biggest difference to scoring and playing their best. Go to any range and you will see the following bad practice techniques; hitting full shots without a practice station, hitting more than 30 balls with a driver, and hitting very few wedges.