Has a strong, stable lower body with a flexible, mobile upper torso. Their swing progresses from the lower body, rotating through the upper torso to enable a full shoulder turn with the arms following in unison.
To replicate this sequence, amateurs need to work on their gluteal muscle and their core. To compensate for weakness in these key areas, the swing becomes arms based, often resulting in a sliced shot.
Picking up the golf bag, constantly twisting the upper torso and bending to pick up golf balls are responsible for causing back, shoulder and wrist pain or discomfort. Dedicated golf stretching classes improve flexibility, swing dynamics and on-course stamina.
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