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The past 3 days, we introduced exercises to help prevent lower back pain, especially when related to the golf swing. It is important to find your neutral posture, have a mobile mid back and a strong and stable core.
However, there are many other components of the body and golf swing that may cause lower back pain. Our DHP team encourage golfers to go through a Titleist® Performance Institute Movement Screen to identify their specific limitations that may cause injury. By assessing your body, we can determine exactly what structures or movements are dysfunctional – there is no guessing.
Remember, if you are already suffering from lower back pain or any other ailment affecting your golf game, we recommend you speak with a health care provider.