Like most things in life, golf only gets harder as we get older.
We may still feel twenty-five at heart, but the physical realities of age are there. We lose flexibility. Less flexibility means a decrease in our range of motion. A lower range of motion means a shorter swing. And a shorter swing means less distance and power in our golf shots.
Don’t worry. None of this means your game is on a permanent backslide. With a few tricks, you can still play great golf well into your 60s, 70s, and even 80s.
I’m going to share two quick tips for older or senior golfers to increase your range of motion. I’ll also share a bonus tip to help you generate speed the way you used to. Before you know it, you’ll finally get back some of the distance you may have lost.
It’s easier than you think.
I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I certainly have:
As we get older, we tend to get more stiff and rigid. When you’re addressing the golf ball, you want to be especially aware of what’s going on in your neck, shoulders, and arms. If you feel tension in these areas, it means those muscles are tight and will restrict movement. You’ll end up with a shorter swing and a weaker shot.
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