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drives and throws,well i like to practice throws not drives with mids,say a roc and buzzz,in a open area and throw 250ft 300ft,that will teach you straight shots and help your arm break in..for putting,you need to do buy yourself,at the course or at home,and find your own style and spend alot of time just banging putts,i still do this at home or a the practice basket at the course,1hr 1hr half,just putting
Like a few others said Putting is key, you can't win if you missing every birdie. But make sure your putting and not just throwing at the basket hoping it goes in. The best way for me was playing 21 or horse with another player. If you have to putt by yourself, you might try this putting method....starting at 15 feet working your out after every round, 10 standard putts/ 10 straddle putts/ 10 turbo putts. Each made putt is a point, try to beat your own score. I would do this from 30 feet and my best score was 27.
One way I learned to anhyzer with mids, I would use a the backside of the big fence behind home plate at a baseball field. I would set up a target at the dugout and throw anhyzers from the other dugout. you could move farther away from the dugout if you want to learn less angle annies.
Choose you time wisely. Practice the parts of your game that needs it. If Driving is a Issue , Practice Driving , etc.
Try to find a local Pro that will be willing to help you. Work on ALL aspects of your game when possible.
Never quit Putting !