that the game of golf
can certainly take its toll on a golfer's back.
With all the twisting of the spine and back muscles
during the swing, as well as the constant bending over,
it's no wonder the average golfer gets fatigued, tired
and sore after a round of golf. Did you
know the average golfer bends over on average over 100 times
a round? Placing tees, picking up balls, tees
and clubs, repairing ball marks, etc... Most of these bends are
not squats using the legs but bends at the waist using
can I minimize lower back strain?
The last thing anyone
with back problems needs to be doing during his/her
round is bending over to pick up errant clubs on every
hole. There are several things a golfer can do during
a round to minimize the impact the game can have on
pre-round stretching. A golfer should always loosen and stretch his/her back muscles out before their
do some mid-round
stretching. This helps keep
them from tightening up between shots.
address the ball
and swing the club using the correct stance.
The back should be straight with arms hanging down.
Fourth, put an EZ CADDIE golf club
holder to your game.
can a golf club holder help?
EZ CADDIE club holder can reduce the number of times
a golfer is bending over during a round of golf by
as much as 40%!
This is a practical
golf product that will help
any golfer reduce bending over during the round.
The golf club
holder is a simple idea… it’s a prop
for when you are on the fairway or around the green
that keeps the clubs grips clean and dry and elevated
above the ground. It’s not about
being lazy at all – it’s all about playing
smarter! You need your back muscles to
execute all the proper positions and phases of a golf
swing. And a tired, sore back will affect your swing and change its path.
The bottom line goal is to maintain good physical health so you
can enjoy long years of golfing.
can a golf club holder help?
The golf club holder adds several benefits
to your game. It’s like playing the
game with a personal caddie! If you're on the fairway or
around the green, your clubs are there at your service.
Have you ever changed your mind about your
club selection? How about reaching over
and picking the right club for the shot? Your
club holder is there right by your side assisting you
during your round. Play your rounds
of golf with more enjoyment, with less effort, and more
relaxation. Stop tossing your clubs around
and then bending over to pick them up. Imagine
sinking a putt, walking off the green and in stride taking
your clubs with you back to the cart.
a little bonus tip to help reduce your bending
While you're on the
green, putt first and sink the putt. Get out of the way, and leave
the ball in the hole and wait for your buddies to
putt out. Nine out of ten times your "nice
guy" golf buddy will pick up your ball
and toss it to you. Don't
forget to say thanks! (Don't
do this every hole - they'll get wise to ya!)