1. Putting Green: Starts with 15 minutes putting.
2. Range: Sand wedge, 8 iron, 4 iron, 3 wood, driver, 8 iron and sand wedge. 3. Whatever club going to hit on first tee. Would make sure he ended on a good one.
4. Putts for five minutes after he has hit balls to get feel for speed of the green, hits some 30 to 40ft. 5. 5 minutes hitting short putts seeing ball go in the hole 3 to 4ft always finish on putt holed. Prepares mind good mental imagery.
(Tends to warm up put
Biggest mental keys over the years: 1. BELIEF: You must believe your going to be successful, hit good shots and believe the round will turn round after a bad start. You want a relentless belief in your self. 2. DON'T CARE: Caring is a problem in golf. Darren explained he played his best golf when he didn't care. 3. PROCESS AND ROUTINE: Pre-shot routine. Likes one look at the target and hit the shot. Practice Pre-Shot Routine, look, waggle, hit. 4. PROCESS, BELIEVE, OUTCOME: F
When chipping off very firm lies with little grass underneath the ball raise the heel of the club off ground and hit the chip a little out of the toe. A good practice is to chip and pitch off the edge of a green, the green keeper won't be to happy but it really keeps the clubs angle of attack shallow through impact and teaches you to pick ball off the surface.
1. From the fringe Jim Furyk tries to play the shot as near to a putt as possible with the ball in the middle of narrow stance.
2. Shaft is upright at address similar position to putter, grips down to point with different clubs where length of putter would be. So 5 iron has to grip down more than SW.
3. Doesn't use much wrist looking to make same stroke 2 ft back and through and just vary club depending how far flag is on the green. Keeps as simple ad possible feels easie