Living in the frigid Northeast we dont have a lot of opportunity to play golf. Practice however is available from a number of local teachers and locations offering simulators.
My instructor just got his hands on a Trackman so the wife and I decided to spend the winter (once a week) honing our golf game before the season hits.
This past weekend I've was working on squaring the clubface and stopping the flip I have. He was also able to show me that I don't always get enough rotation in my lower body. In the past I've been able to see that I wasn't coming into the ball steep enough.
I find having the stats and the video helps me. Sometimes just being given a "feel" doesn't work. But being able to see the feedback is a huge thing for me.
How do you train in the winter?