20, 40, 60, 80, 100 yards, the scoring zone
What to do:
You'll need your wedges, 5 cones or other makeshift markers and also a partner (it's near impossible to complete this phase without some help). On the driving range, take your markers and place them at 20, 40, 60, 80 and 100 yards respectively from your hitting spot... you can pace or use a laser to find each distance. Have your partner move to the first cone and prepare to score each shot.
Once you're all set up, hit 2 balls to each distance, attempting to FLY each shot as close to your target as possible. After you hit each shot, have your partner determine how far the shot landed from the target. You'll hit a total of 10 balls. After pacing off the distance, have him record the score. Here's the point system:
Hit on the fly- 3 points
0-9 feet (0-3 paces)- 2 points
9-18 feet (3-6 paces)- 1 point
18-30 feet (6-10 paces)- 0 points
Over 30 feet (over 10 paces)- (-1) point
How I did:
Toughest station by far... scored 9 here.
Good luck... I hope you enjoyed these assessment games. It's fun to do them all at once in 2 hours or so. It's also fine if you do them individually. Repeat this assessment over time and watch it reflect on your scorecard.