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never-ending challenge of golf. How do you distract yourself fromthe wind and sand and water, and focus on what you need to do?Make Practice Meaningful:It's very easy to go to the golf course andhit 100 balls, but what are you accomplishing? Take a break everyfive or six balls and imagine the shot... make those two flags on therange represent the fairways. If you don't, when you go to your firsttee, the pressure will be on and you haven't rehearsed for it.Bring Your Bag:When practicing, use your full bag and avoiddeveloping a favourite club. Everyone says, "I love my 8 iron".Well, don't love your 8 iron. love your swing. Find the swing youreally like as opposed to the club you really like.Equipment:Always have your equipment checked to start theseason. Over the winter, your grips tend to harden and will becomereally smooth if they haven't been used. You should replace themin the spring. Certainly, you wouldn't think of skating without firstsharpening your blades.By Mike Harris, Head Golf ProDONALDA CLUB PRO SHOPTHE SWING OF SPRINGGetting into form for the coming golf seasonDONALDA CLUBThe golf season is finally here! While many of our members havehad the benefit of our winter golf school, which helps them workon their swing without the common distractions of the season,many take the winter off and experience the rust that inherentlycomes with spring. Here are some tips to help make the most ofthe coming months.Shape Up:The most important thing to do at the beginning of theseason is to get in shape and make sure that your body and musclesare ready for the golf swing. Flexibility is more important thanstrength, so you will benefit from a nice stretching routine. Tourplayers will actually stretch an hour before they start hitting balls.I'd recommend 10 to 12 minutes minimum, to any of our members.The Swing's the Thing:One of the nicest things about an extendedbreak is that your mind is clear from the clutter of last season'sswing changes. The one thing I would say, and this applies to allgolfers, is be more concerned with your swing and what you're doingwith your body than where the ball goes. That, of course, is theMEET THE PROSMike HarrisGolf Jennifer KennedyFitnessBrian MerrimanCurlingKarl Hale Racquets88www.donaldaclub.caMike Harrisis in his 6th year as Head Golf Pro. He has been a CPGAClass A Professional for 25 years and is an Olympic Silver Medalist curler.The Donalda Club is one of Canada's finest private family clubs, locatedright in the heart of Toronto. For more information on how a Donalda ClubPro can assist you and your family, call Brett Mance at 416 446 5872 oremail

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