Tiger Woods used to have training days that lasted 13 hours. He often started with a run of four miles, then lifted, then golfed, then did another four-miler, and then did another sport like tennis or basketball.
He played. He did short drills. He came away with confidence and knew no one outworked him.
Don't worry. No one is going to tell you to train 13 hours a day on your fabulous golf vacation if you want to improve! On the contrary, you want to relax and have a balance. Even Tiger doesn't train that hard anymore.
But what does it take to have the number-one golf vacation where you actually improve your golf game, you ask? The answer: Golf, a great spot, and relaxation.
To help you get to the vacation tee, we've put together tips on how to make your next vacation a number-one relaxation and golf improvement success.