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How To Practice Golf in The Backyard

Practicing golf is the only way to improve in the game. You can work on your long and short game and your putting. But it is hard to find the time and the location to work on it. If you have some space in your backyard, you can do some golf tee practice in it.


How to practice golf in the backyard:

1. Chip into a net. This is one of the easiest ways to practice in your yard. These nets are small and will entertain a chip or pitch shot. This will practice your ability to control your golf shots' ball flight. You can practice chipping in different angles, so you’ll have different golf shots to help you score. This also helps your distance control. Getting your basics right will carry over to your full-swing game. You don’t need to buy a net if you don’t want to. You can use a bucket or a cardboard box as your target.

2. Full-swinging golf net. Full-swing golf shots need a net that can receive these full-swing shots. Some are foldable, and some are permanently set up. It should be tall enough to accommodate missed shots. There is a target in the middle to help your aim in hitting the ball down the center. Initially, you might not know whether you’re hitting a great shot or not, but the more you swing, the easier it will be to know whether the shot was good or bad. Use the net to become agile and increase club head speed.

3. Putting mats. Golf mats are usually promoted to be in the living room or office space. Putting mats should be able to occupy your patio to practice. They should have indoor and outdoor capabilities and should be large enough to walk around on. You should stand at the same level as your golf ball to ensure that you are properly working on your putting stroke. Choose a golf mat with great padding since thin mats make for faster putts. You should be able to experience putting to be as close as you will get on the golf course.

4. Swinging with video. As long as you have a smartphone with a camera, you will only need room to practice. Set your phone to get videos of your swing. The video recording will provide you with a better understanding of your strengths and weaknesses in your game. You can also find an app that will let you swing with a professional golfer. Overlapping your swing will let you see how far off your swing is and what you can work on to fix it. You can also do this with a friend and take turns in the recording.

5. Limited flight golf balls. There are a lot of limited-flight golf balls in the market, like plastic and foam. The most popular for home practice are the foam ones. Even if you hit them poorly, they cannot break anything at home. Some of these balls are designed to spin, so you will know if you hit them well. You will see if you hit a large slice, if you are hitting the ball solidly in the center, or if you need help getting things squarer. These balls are cheaper and will work on any golf practice setup.

6. Weighted golf swings. Not only can you work on hitting your golf balls, but you can also work on improving your club head speed. This will increase your aim of hitting the ball a long way. You will have an easier time shooting lower scores. You can do this by simply putting a small weight on your golf club and taking some swings. This will train your muscles for a heavier golf club. You can then swing easier because of increased strength. Do this progressively to prevent injury.

7. Improve tempo. A lot of golfers struggle with their golf swing tempo. It becomes difficult to be consistent and hit great shots. Golfers think tempo has something to do with swing speeds, but it is more about the control, consistency, and balance of the golf swing than the speed. Professional golfers look like they swing fast, but it’s not always like it. They have an excellent swing tempo. You can improve your tempo by taking several swings with your legs close together. Practice your swings with your eyes closed. Practice your swings barefoot. Learn to control your balance.

8. Install a putting green. Putting greens are larger than putting mats, which allow golfers to practice their long and short putts. The artificial greens are professionally installed for the proper amount of break and speed. They should be kept clean and free of debris. They are great for golfers who want to become professionals.

9. Chip across the yard – two targets. Maximize your backyard. Set up two targets across one another. Chip and pitch from one side of the yard to the other. Vary the shot angles like you would on a golf course. Take a small practice mat around the yard to work on your chipping. Try not to hit the same shot over and over again.

10. Golf simulator set up. This needs some extra budget to set up. This has a launch monitor, computer, net, and golf mat. You can watch your shots and play a round of virtual golf. It has a driving range and a launch monitor that can work indoors or outdoors. This is a modern technology that has been recently launched. Before, you needed to go to a facility and pay to use their golf simulator. If you are serious about enhancing your golf capabilities, then this is an excellent investment.

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