Most casual golfers who experience pain, or even just have a few bad games, assume there’s something wrong with their swing. But while poor swing mechanics might be the cause, it’s more likely a sign of weakness and inflexibility.

Golf is ballistic, involving sudden moments of exertion. It’s also one-sided: Players swing 75 to 100 times from one side of the body, which can often create muscle imbalances and overuse injuries.

So before you consult a swing coach, take a close look at your physical fitness. Chances are, the key to a better game on the links is a better off-the-course training program that creates the flexibility and mobility to execute a proper swing. (Remember: If you think you’re injured, or you’re feeling pain during a workout, immediately stop and consult a doctor.)

  • Improve Rotation Mobility

  • Increase Range Of Motion

  • Reduce Golfers Elbow

  • Build Shoulder Flexibility

  • Fix Muscular Imbalances

  • Increase Strength

  • Prevent Back Pain

  • Increase Swing Speed

  • Learn To Warm Up Efficiently