What will you work on this winter?
I was at a local park area the other day (42 degrees F outside), as the adjacent golf course was already closed for the season.
I worked on wedge and 9-iron shots. I was measuring swing speed, tempo, distance, and dispersion, using the different clubs and different swing lengths (8 O'clock; 9 O'clock; full swing, etc.
Once the snow gets here, I will work indoors on putting stroke consistency, accuracy, and distance control.
If you are serious about improving your game, you can identify the areas that you need to work on, and develop an indoor practice routine that will focus on those specific areas.
For some golfers, it might be simply always taking a proper grip and setting up correctly, while others it might be assuring your forward stroke mechanics begin from the floor up, with your hips and weight shift leading the stroke as your arms wait for the lag to develop. Half swing speed or even less is good for this level of practice and repetition.
Make sure you are following a good example or model (such as in our "Set-up, Swing, and Success" training program) and do it correctly as you engrain the practice into your muscle memory.
Meanwhile, have a great holiday and New Year.
Hit 'em straight!