Myth: Golf is a game of technical skill rather than an athletic event.
Truth: Golfers achieve about 90% of their muscular activity when driving a golf ball. This is the same intensity as picking up a weight that can only be lifted four times before becoming tired.
Myth: Pain related to golfing is due solely to a poor swing.
Truth: Approximately 30% of professional golfers play injured each week.
The Problem: Common everyday activities like working on computers or commuting long distances tend to contribute to a lack of flexibility that many golfers experience. Read More→