If you want to play your best golf, it’s imperative you prepare to do so. This is especially true at the U.S. Open, where the best players in the world do whatever is necessary to prepare for the toughest course setup they’ll face all year.
In the latest episode of Tour Validated, DJ Lantz caught up with the No. 23-ranked player in the world, Max Homa, to find out what he does to get ready to play his best not just at the U.S. Open but at any important event. Turns out, Homa’s prep system is the kind of stuff that any golfer can emulate, whether you’re readying for a friendly match with your buddies or a local amateur event.
Check out the video below to learn how proper prep can lead to low scores, and hear from Homa about what aspects of his game he thinks are crucial for playing at the highest level. Also, notice who he reaches out to for advice: It’s always great to see PGA Tour players seeking knowledge from players on different circuits.