Fitness For Golf Is A Must For Senior Golfers

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Fitness For Golf Is A Must For Senior Golfers

Fitness for golf is a common term and senior golfers are getting the gist of it. The secret is out. Fitness for golf has come full circle and all the players on the senior tour and senior amateurs are taking notice.

Tip: Taking a few practice swings at the driving range before beginning a round of golf will improve your game. Taking practice shots like this can help warm you up for your first round.

With the senior golfer comes a rapid decline in physical ability. The golf swing is a physically abusive movement to the human body…unless you take the time to prepare for it.

Tip: Avoid stiffening up when you are about to swing. A lot of golfers do so, and it has an unwanted affect on their game.

I have worked with thousands of senior golfers through my online golf fitness programs, and the results are dramatic. Just picture it. If you are in this demographic and your starting point is below average…you have the biggest chance to see HUGE results.

Tip: Each golf club is made with a “sweet spot,” which is the exact location on the club that provides you the most accuracy and distance if you strike the ball at that point. Get familiar with each club’s sweet spot.

How many times have you walked off the course or practice range with a twinge or two in your body? How about when you got home? Did it get worse?


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What’s that tell you?

I hope you realize how important fitness for golf is, not only helping you prevent injury, but utilize your true potential to it’s fullest.

Tip: Flexible, limber and strong arms are essential to good golf swings. Workout with those ideas in mind.

Doesn’t it make sense as you get older, to improve your flexibility AND strength to hit longer drives that go straighter? Don’t you want to slow down the ‘aging process?’

I have played with dozens of older golfers who are so frustrated at this rapid decline, but don’t know what to do. They walk off the course in disgust.

I’m here to tell you it doesn’t have to be that way!

Don’t look at it as “work”, “sweating” or “effort”. Look at it as “playing your best game ever!”

Tip: Do not slow down a game if you play with other people. If your group is playing slowly or experiencing a number of delays, it can be frustrating to the groups playing behind you.

It doesn’t take a lot of work. You don’t have to join a gym and put 3 hours in a day to see results. All it takes is 30 minutes 2-3 times a week. You can do that can’t you?

Fitness for golf is the approach that will literally transform your game!

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