1. Focus on Just One Aspect of Your Game
It is important to decide the range session focus for the day before you start hitting balls into the range. Most people start by just bringing out their driver and hitting balls aimlessly into the range. A better approach would be to use multiple clubs and build up to hitting the driver to meet your driving goals.
2. Pick Targets and Switch Targets
You might be surprised by the number of people that just aim at the 150-yard white stake at the center of the driving range as the target for most of their shots. When you are at the range, ensure that you pick numerous targets located on the left, center, and right of the range. You also don’t have to always target a large stake or a pin flag. A tree in the distance will do too. Just focus your efforts on hitting your shots at the tree.