Fixing Back Pain in Women

In the United States, lower back pain (LBP) is the most common musculoskeletal injury, sustained by as much as 80% of the general population (1).  The same is true for golf, as lower back pain is the most common injury in the sport and affects up to 34.5% of the golf athletes (2)(3).  According to […]

Early Specialization: Are You Killing Your Kid’s Progress?

At Par4Success we work with hundreds of junior golfers every month who do nothing but play golf. We have a number who play other sports, but the majority of our junior golfers are single sport specialized athletes who do nothing but golf 365 days of the year. In North/South Carolina alone, there are over 400 […]

7 Reasons to Say Yes to Yoga for Golfers

A balanced body is a flexible body, and flexibility remains the cornerstone of a good golf game. As Earl Woods tells his son, “What you’re looking for is a soft, flexible, fluid swing—that’s power” You may not have associated Yoga with improving your golf game, but you should. Practicing yoga moves focusing on loosening and […]