As with any sport, having some type of warm-up routine ensures that you are ready to roll on hole number one.
Many players avoid the warm-up altogether. I do not recommend this decision. Heading to the tee without hitting a few balls, may lead your balls astray until your muscles warm up. Efficiency before a round and during practice is critical to consistent play and continued forward momentum to better golf. Let’s face it, time is always a challenge to find, so efficient practice and warm-up is key! But even more critical than that is investing time in professional golf instruction! PGA Professional Marc Spencer shares valuable tips to keep you on track.
When warming up for a round, start with your sand wedge and work your way up to your driver. The goal on the range is to get your tempo for the day and to loosen up those stiff muscles.