Here is This Week's Tip... Your Wedges

Few weekend golfers practice hitting wedges at less than full distances, but you face those shots all the time on the course. Pick three awkward distances — 30, 50 and 70 yards… and then hit five balls at each target. Give yourself a point for each ball that lands within what you consider an acceptable distance — perhaps 30 to 35 feet. Whatever you score, try to beat that number the next day, with the perfect score of 15.

I guarantee if you do this a couple of days in a row before your round, you will be stunned at the results on the course.

Once you score 15, then the next thing you want to work on is strengthening your swing.  One of the reasons many golfers struggle with their golf swing is because they knowingly or unknowingly suffer from a tight psoas major muscle.

It sits within the well of your hip and lower spine and is the only muscle in the human body connecting the upper body to the lower body.
A functioning psoas muscle creates a neutral pelvic alignment, stabilizes the hips, supports the lower spine and abdomen, supports the organs in the pelvic and abdominal cavity and gives you greater mobility and core strength.

So how can one fix a tight psoas muscle?

By simply following a few easy mobility exercises on a daily basis, you can start to not only FEEL results within days but also SEE results on the course too.

For a complete at-home (no equipment required) program containing a sequence of dynamic stretches, core stability exercises & mobility exercises that you can do on a daily basis, designed by a TPI certified instructor, contact us today.

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