REDZONE Assessment Test
There are two underlining benefits to a REDZONE Assessment.
We get to established where your at in your game and over the next 6 weeks see its progress.
2. DISTANCE & SWING MANAGEMENT
Knowing exact distances for each of your wedges and how to control the swing/club to perform the best making shot available.
The first thing we ask you to do with The REDZONE Challange is take this 3 Target Game Assessmment. Every 2 weeks you’ll measure again to track the progress.
While the program is just 6 weeks long, I think you will see and appreciable the ability to control your swing with the wedges and dial in distances for each of the varying swings performed.
- Printable REDZONE Assessment Worksheet
To accurately record your distances, download this worksheet and take it with you to the driving range. Right click the following link and click 'save as' to save to your computer.
Submit Assessment #1
To establish a starting point on improvement, Day 1 starts with assessing your game and accurately measuring how your GOTO club is dialed in with 3 target distances.
Submit Assessment #2
The first check point in the challenge. Day 14 allows us to showcase the progress made in just 2 short weeks.
Submit Assessment #3
Week 4 Progress Report. Building a routine on checking distances is an underlying component to the assessments. Yardages constantly change, this is a great way to track progress but to ensure consistency.
Submit Assessment #4
The final check-point is demonstrated by assessment #4. How to measure the progress from the challenge comes with this report.