Practicing your Game
A good way to practice your game is to go and shoot singles at five different stands at your course or from four different places on a skeet field. Find the spot where it’s sweet to break the target and break it there 10 times. Then move the breakpoint to a different spot and break it there 10 times, then move it again. This will give you three different ways to break a target from one trap.
Your practice should be to make the proper move, and learn how to hit targets in different places, and also stay focused for the 10 targets. You have to do this in a tournament, so why not start practicing it? You will also find yourself becoming more confident in hitting any target at any place. Then when you have to hit a target in that place, you know you can do it.
Don’t go to your practice to shoot a score; work on your game. The students we have had do this have excelled in their game. Yes, others thought they were silly, but they are shooting better than those who mock them.
Remember, you are establishing confidence in your game during your practice. You are removing doubt and fear of not hitting these targets and adding the ability to hit them at any spot you want. Therefore, your confidence level will grow, and with it so will your scores.