How To Warm Up Properly Before a Round of Golf | Ryan Benzel

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PGA Teaching Professional Ryan Benzel of Pro Golf in Lynnwood, Washington provides some helpful guidance on how best to warm up and practice before hitting the course for a round of golf.

Start with a short iron, don’t go straight to your diver and start bombing the ball. To properly warm up, you want to get your body and swing stretched out and into a groove. Over swinging on a driver with a stiff body will cause more harm than good.

Progress down your set from a wedge and short pitching, to an 8-iron and approach shots. Eventually move on to a 6-iron, 4-iron, hybrid, 3-wood, then finally your driver. This method will warm you up properly, get your swing into a groove, and improve your practice efficiency during training or before a round of golf.

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