Is Weight Training Good for Golfers? »

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Comment from: golf dog03 [Visitor]
As a practicing physical therapist with 29 years experience I feel Mr. Cochran hit the nail on the head with his SAID article. More of this type of writing would aid the golfer in attending to his body better.
03/28/06 @ 20:58
Comment from: Mike Pedersen [Visitor]
It's a fact...your body dictates your golfing ability. Not hitting more balls. Not taking more lessons. And not spending anymore money on the latest, greatest 500cc titanium driver. Work on the body, and the swing will take care of itself. Regards, Mike Pedersn - http://www.performbettergolf.com
03/31/06 @ 23:16
Comment from: Luca [Visitor]
I agree with Mike, body preparation is the best way to have success in golf!
07/28/06 @ 11:13
Comment from: Thom [Visitor]
I agree that the key to better golf is physical training. But on the mental side of the house you need to be very fit too. For example what do you work on at the range? Or should you spend more time on the putting green? I'm a nutt about analysing my statistics which I believe helps out my game as much or more so than the physical work that I do. So I use http://scorecaddy.com to track all of my golf statistics for me. I was surprised to find out that my driving accruacy was close to 46.95%, and my greens in regulation was 42.59%, and my putting per GIR was 2.039. There is so much more on that site to help you out. Anyway, the mental part of this game as we all know is huge.
08/13/06 @ 15:41

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