Golf Warm ups depend on how much time you have. Try this Golf Warm up next to your golf cart if you feel like you’re rushing off to the first tee.
Golf Warm Ups
What’s up, GolfersRx, Mark Williamson, the Golf Yogi with golf stretches to work your entire body, from your feet to your shoulders. Simple, quick, and effective to get you from the parking lot to the first tee.
Using something stable like a golf cart, a pillar, or even a wall, will help in stretching out. Before you head to the first tee or the range, put these four stretches into your warm-up to make sure you’re loose and limber.
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Here is another video from The Golf Yogi with more Yoga for Golf Stretches to help posture and rotation. Just one of the many golf instruction videos we have at GolfersRx.com.
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