I teach year-round outside of Chicago, so I know what it's like to be stuck indoors for a long, cold winter—and what that can do to your game. But even if you can't get to a driving range for a while, you can follow the at-home drills on these pages and be a better player by the time the weather turns. It can be as simple as rolling putts on the carpet with no shoes or socks on (above) to emphasize the feeling of equal weight distribution across your feet, from front to back and side to side. It's better than putting in golf shoes. Here are some more.