"Act Without Expectation"
A Golfer's Mantra
Josh McCumber here you're gonna talk a little bit about warming up is a key a lot of people I think want to know how they can warm up better to play great golf especially in this post COVID era or COVID era a lot of people aren't allowed to warm up or if they are it's a very limited amount of time I know what junior tournaments you're not allowed to maybe have 25 30 minutes so what do you do what do you spend your time so what I'm going to tell you about is you're gonna warm up with a pitching wedge it has less bounce in a 60 degree wedge lots of ranges are sandy it's easy to hit ball stat and you just want to make some swings feeling the club head feeling your body feeling connected so I'm gonna hit a pitching wedge just to show you what I'm talking about you want to get in here 30 or 40 yards to star really really small little swings to feel a connection with the club you can even hit something to the end of the tee and you want to hit that build that up a little bit and then move on over to a 6-iron and picture golf shots you're gonna hit use the time wisely some low shots and high shots curving them think about some shots on the golf course that you might have and then move on to a driver hit a few just to get loosened up and then if the first hole calls for a three wood or a non-driver make sure that's one of the last clubs that you hit before you go so I hope you enjoyed this video you want to keep it simple it's a great idea to do when you don't have a whole lot of time is to just get yourself feeling the swing feeling comfortable so you can go out have fun be confident and enjoy the day see you next time
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