Driving Range

Get warmed up before you play every round with a bucket of range balls at Shadowbrooke Golf Course.
Studies show that warming up your swing on the range can shave as many as seven strokes per round and will do away with your need for a “First Tee Mulligan.”

Tips:
What you do and think about in the few hours before a round has a big influence on your performance:

Be sure to practice your short game:
To warm up your short game, try to play as many different shots as you can from a variety of different lies. This will not only get the creative juices flowing, but it will get you familiar with the type of grass you’re about to play

Practice your pre-shot routine:
Between every 2-3 shots, throw in a full shot routine that you’ll go through before and after every shot, just like you’re going to do on the course. Practice putting your focus in the right places. This is your blueprint for a good round and the only thing you can control on the course.

Do not worry about taking your range game to the course.
Warming up on the range is only intended to loosen up your muscles and reinforce your good techniques and strategies. Don’t use pregame warmups as a practice session or coaching session. Definitely do not let the quality of your warmup determine your attitude as you approach the first tee.

Get warmed up before you play every round with a bucket of range balls at Shadowbrooke Golf Course.