and challenged by fresh and new activities and practice. Here are a couple of examples to practice to stimulate your learning and wake up your senses. Do you lose energy during your practice and end with a mediocre shot using your driver by the time your bucket of balls is finished? Try reversing the order. With a good warm up with Golf Verified Training Aids and after stretching a little more than usual; start with your driver as the first club, then move onto longer fairway clubs, followed by longer irons, down to the wedge. The intention, here, is to sustain energy. You will have more energy for the driver at the beginning and perhaps less energy at the end of the bucket. A little short game to end a great practice session will be perfect for your energy level. Alternatively, try incorporating an irregular practice period into your regimen, where your mental game has to constantly adapt. By doing this, you are forced to be more engaged with the game itself. The goal, here, is to work on your system of playing, rather than just hitting the ball. Each shot should be hit with a different club, requiring you to adapt to your golf clubs, set-up, and approach for each golf ball addressed. This is how we play golf in the first place. The next time you practice, remember to change golf clubs often, play The Driving Range Game, or switch the order of your clubs in order to conserve energy. These suggestions should encourage more engaged learning, improve your preparation for the real game, and, most importantly, improve your Golf Results, Now.