Kevin calls this the one hole drill - and tries to put all of the shots through the first hole he shot in the target.
Some of you find @KevinM’s version an exciting challenge and want to go right for it! Others may want a stepping stone to keep them engaged and moving forward.
Kevin’s had a lot more experience than I have, so I make a small modification to his goal and call my version connect the dots. Instead of trying to get all of the rounds through one hole, I try to connect all of the shots together to make one hole. It will be larger than the hole in Kevin’s target when I started out.
As I’ve improved, I get closer and closer to Kevin’s version. But I don’t want to get myself so frustrated with this drill that I won’t use it. I try to reduce the size of the hole from a half-dollar to a quarter to a nickel to a dime.
How do you train - go for perfect or stepping stones to perfect?