The best way I know is you have to practice "taking shots" on the range. This means, changing clubs each shot, picking a different target each shot, using your routine each shot as if you were on the course. Very few golfers take the time to practice their routine. You also want to evaluate your routine so you have a few productive thoughts just prior to taking your shot. You want to eliminate non-productive movements, thoughts and visualizations*. ALL THOUGHTS MUST BE POSITIVE ... and ALL VISUALIZATIONS OF WHAT YOU WANT TO DO. You also want to look for and REMOVE all fidgeting moves or repetitious moves** ... especially any hand hinging moves. You can move your shoulders a little to rehearse your takeaway. * Visualize only what you want to "do" not "avoid". See you ball in the air on the line you want... do not tell yourself things like ... "I hope I don't slice it", because you just sent your brain a picture of a ball slicing. Tell your brain what you want and visualize how it looks! ** Contrary to popular belief that a "waggle" relaxes ... or 8 looks at the target is helping ... in my opinion, they don't. The waggle is preparing your hands to "take over" and the excessive looks are just an "indecisive habit" that adds anxiety. You want to have a fixed short few thoughts "routine"
Move Less ... Get Good! DUPLESSISGOLF