• Warm up – Golfers often do not warm up properly before playing – if muscles are not prepared by a good stretching routine, this can lead to a lack of flexibility and injury. Spend two or three minutes warming up before teeing off. Stretch hamstring, quads, chest muscles and shoulders. Try this simple warm up over the coming weeks
• Make the most of your swing; warm up gradually on the driving range.
• Build up your stamina. The average round of golf can take 3 hours. That is 3 hours of walking, standing, swinging. Use the next few weeks to build up your stamina, it will help your concentration and your swing!
• Do not forget that, like any sport, a good post-game stretch will help prevent muscle stiffness and pain.
• When picking up golf balls, bend carefully from the knees.
• Wear proper shoes for stability and to help avoid twisting the back and hips.
• Pain is a warning sign – do not ignore it. If you injure yourself, use ice rather than heat and if the pain persists, seek advice from our clinic team.
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