Get a Peek Inside the Strikers Golf Training Strategy Guide
The SG2 Prime Guide takes Golf Training to a New Level
Golf Training Strategy Guide Overview
The Strikers Golf Training Strategy Guide was created to be my golf journal notebook of sorts. The first version was in a simple notebook. That quickly became a pain to track all my golf stats and information in. Also, I had specific golf training workouts, golf training drills, and golf training exercises I wanted to track and accomplish. So out of that, the Strikers Golf Training Strategy Guide was created.
Preparation For Golf Tournaments Using the Strikers Golf Training Strategy Guide
When you first get your hands on the Strikers Golf Training Strategy Guide, you will think it is a workbook. It is 73 pages long. However, 12 of those pages are Monthly Golf Training Calendars. The first section of the Strikers Golf training strategy guide is the Prime section. The Strikers Golf Strategy Guide Prime section is for Tournament and Game Day preparation. There is a lot you can before you even get to the course to start practicing your drills and workouts.
For instance, when was the last time you thoroughly checked your equipment? Not just glancing at the clubface, but seriously checking the shaft, grip, and club-head for anything that could affect playability. This is the very first page of the Strikers Golf Training Strategy Guide. An Equipment Inspection Log. It allow you to make notes on a Club Inspection page. Record that information in the Strikers Golf Training Strategy Guide so that you remember in another 3 months when you do another Club Inspection.
Club Specifications and a Grip Change Log are also included in the Strikers Golf Training Strategy Guide Prime section. These are simple items that are necessary to playing your best golf and be well prepared for your Game Day golf tournament. It will also help you understand the usage and critical aspects of your golf equipment and how it affects your play.
Strikers Golf Training Strategy Guide – Course Information
Another Prime section of the Strikers Golf Strategy Guide is really getting to understand the course. The SG2 allows you to record Golf Course specific information regarding the turfgrass, tee boxes, fairways and landing zones, roughs, greens, greenside, sand, etc. The more knowlege and intel you have about your golf strategy, the better. Knowing the course inside and out, will let you modify your equipment selections, and training preparations. Reference the Strikers Golf training strategy guide when preparing for a specific course.
Many golfers also want to record their golf scores and and stats on a course by course basis in the Strikers Golf training strategy guide. The SG2 allows you to do this very easily with a section of recent scores, personal bests, par or birdie counts, and par 3, par 4, and par 5’s breakdown. This is an overall golf strategy for a specific golf course. It will help you when preparing for the next round to see where you score well, and what holes to play a bit more cautiously.
Next, the Strikers Golf Training Strategy Guide gives you a hole-by-hole advanced course yardage book. Draw a golf hole, and next time you play that golf hole, record where you are hitting the golf ball. You can record the tee shot distances, course nots, ideal landing zones, approach trajectory’s, pin placements, green slopes, and even weather conditional notes in the Strikers Golf Training Strategy Guide. 18 sheets are included in the Strikers Golf Training Strategy Guide.
Strikers Golf Training Strategy Guide Checklists
Daily, and multi-day checklists are included in the Strikers Golf training strategy guide. These are simple columned sheets to write down everything you need when playing a round of golf. Include the proper documents, golf bag items, caddy bag items, clothing and accessories when playing golf.
I always forget something it seems like, and the best thing I can do is to reference the Strikers Golf training strategy guide. Also included, and the last page of the SG2 is to record Tournament specific notes. This is something your golf coach does when you are playing organized golf, but as an individual, it is always helpful to have when playing in the same tournament year after year.