Lucy Locket
By Lucy Locket

Whilst we would all love to have an hour before our rounds to hit balls, warm up and prepare to play well. But the truth is we are not professionals and often don't have the time. In this video, Justin Rose explains how to make the most your time with his productive practice tips.

Quality Not Quantity

Whilst you might think it is best to hit as many balls as you can before you tee off, just dumping a bucket of balls and rushing through them will do you no good at all. It is important to be efficient and productive with the balls you hit and make the most of the time you have.

Alignment Aids

Justin suggests using alignment aids a gauge of your set-up and swing. Many people place a club along their foot line, but Justin recommends having a club or shaft on either side of your ball, creating a track or line towards your target. This will help you get aligned, focused and also help with your swing path through the ball.