Three Exercises to Hit the Golf Ball


Three Exercises to Hit the Golf Ball

Three Exercises to Hit the Golf Ball

With the sunny weather coming on strong we’re getting antsy to hit the golf course. So, Keith Bandli figured we should share our favorite three exercises when the pain comes on after a day on the course.

Keith is an Athletic Trainer and Nike Golf Performance Specialist at Superior Physical Therapy. He’s helped many athletes of all ages perform their absolute best on and off the field. Let Keith help you hit the golf ball further and more consistently this season!

If you’re a member at our favorite local golf course Bay Meadows┬áthen you know they have our favorite tool, the True Stretch, in their Learning Center. Head over there, join the club and gain access to the latest in golf swing analysis technology. And when you feel that tightness coming on, hit the True Stretch with these three exercises. You won’t be disappointed.


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