Limber for longer
Counteract the distance dip.

The rotational capacity of your hips, back, and shoulders affects how much torque you can produce during your golf swing. And this affects how far you can hit the ball. As we age, these areas tend to stiffen up. But with the right stretches and exercises, we can help reduce the distance dip that comes with age.

This exercise is a great way to improve your ability to create that separation and strengthen your upper body rotation.

Here are two great exercises to stretch out your hamstrings and loosen up your hips, back, and shoulders.

A stronger core is just as important as flexibility for a consistent golf swing. Here are a bunch of exercises to help you strengthen your core.

Distance is a package deal

We’re here to help you hit it longer. That means everything from club fitting to swing coaching to golf fitness. Whatever aspect of your golf game you’d like to ask us about, please come chat with us. We could also,