Major question...

It's just about lunch time here on the east coast, and it seems like the same question always jumps into my head at about 11:20am... do I hit to the gym for a workout, go outside for a run or do I head to the range to work on the swing?

Definitely golfer problems... what's your vote?

Hahaha!

that's a great question Mike. Tomorrow being Friday will you be playing? If so, I would hit the range. 

No game lined up for tomorrow. I'll be in the office following all of the action at Oak Hill.

In that case, go play a round instead. If you're anything like me and have to work through a weekend, productivity seems to go down when my weekly dose of golf has not been fulfilled.

P.S. I'm only a couple of hours away, let me know where to meet you.

Joseph.

Sounds like you might need a defined weekly calendar.  Monday (gym), Tuesday, (run), Wednesday (range)..... :)

Depending on your local weather, I would go for a run or hit the range. You can hit the gym anytime (spoken like a true procrastinator).

Vary it on your week, If you do each one at least once a week, you will be better off in the long run. I can't run(4 knee surgeries so far on the same knee) but I bike. Major watching is a distraction for sure.

GROOVE THE SWING!! 


My routine is get up in the am and workout 4-5 days a week - run/walk/stretch/free weights.  But then again, I'm Tom Watson's age.  I need to do this to be able to stop by the range in the evening if I need to work on something.  Pounding balls without purpose, besides of no benefit, is something I can't do daily.   Unless you can really focus on the range, I'd stick to body work.  The point of the lunch workout is to relax the mind.

Swing a few a keep the muscles grooved.  I don't personally like afternoon workouts.

TT

The range!  Any time spent with a golf club is better than any alternative ( wifes/girlfriends excluded of course)

I'm thinking practice putting green to work on my inside 10-foot putts!

Brice Waddell

I'm thinking practice putting green to work on my inside 10-foot putts!

Good call! 

It took a lot of internal dialogue back-and-forth, but in the end... the 4.25 mile run won out.

Maybe I'll be able to sneak in a quick range session to work on the short game on the ride home... and then I might have to explore the weekly schedule approach. It's always good to have a planned routine to help take the guess work out.

Cheers!

You have chosen wisely!! But I think you would have won with any choice!!

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On Aug 8, 2013, at 2:47 PM, "Mike D., Team Titleist Manager" <bounce-TTManager@acushnetgolf.com> wrote:

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Mike D., Team Titleist Manager replied to Re: Major question... in General.

It took a lot of internal dialogue back-and-forth, but in the end... the 4.25 mile run won out.

Maybe I'll be able to sneak in a quick range session to work on the short game on the ride home... and then I might have to explore the weekly schedule approach. It's always good to have a planned routine to help take the guess work out.

Cheers!

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