Golf exercises and golf fitness programs are an integral part of training for being competitive today. The players should be committed to developing flexibility, strength, and power to drive the golf ball farther, hit more accurate shots, and increase their competitive play.
History has taught us that golfers who do not properly prepare their bodies for repetitive practice or play tend to break down with minor injuries and also severe injuries, especially to the back, shoulders and wrists. Common complaints include sore or tender joints, early fatigue and lack of power and strength, especially as it relates closely to drive distance and accuracy.
UrvisionPT recently secured the opportunity to coach at the well established Chilli Dip Golf Academy which has a 9 hole course, driving range and shop facilities. Urvision work closely with the PGA professional Phil Newnes to deliver a range of classes to all age ranges from as young as 10 to over 50's helping them to improve by focusing on the fitness aspects of the game.