The first item on the agenda is to cut a tennis ball in half. Be very careful and use a sharp knife. I find a serrated knife is best for this project. Once the ball is cut in half you are ready. I know some golfers may be self conscious about using training aids on the practice range, so the drills I am going to show you could be done on the range, in your backyard (with plastic golf balls or no golf balls) or even in the house. The main thing is if you want to improve, you have to put in a little work daily!
The first drill is very simple and I call it the “gate” drill.