The Benefits of a Golf Conditioning Program

What are the benefits of a golf conditioning program and what can you do to stay golf healthy?

Using a stability ball and band forces me to engage my core, stay in balance and build strength in my swing.

Register today for my Golf Conditioning program (small group training of 3-6 participants) starting 5:30-6:15 p.m., Wednesday, March 25-April 22, Directors Room at North Shore CC. You may attend any one or all five sessions.

RSVP: Visit North Shore’s calendar page

First and foremost, golf is an athletic endeavor and it takes some effort of planning and commitment to stay physically active prior to the golf season or year-round for that matter.

Maintaining a consistent fitness program should include a combination of cardio and muscle conditioning exercise, 20-30 minutes a session, and it will keep you healthy on and off the course.

So what are the overall benefits of a golf conditioning program? The two main benefits are 1) Improved balance and flexibility 2) Endurance for 2-5 hours to reduce fatigue

More specifically, the benefits of a Golf Conditioning program include the following:

  • Injury prevention
  • Physical strength to add speed and power to your swing
  • Concentration to control your swing and manage your game
  • Engaging with other golfers who share the same goals
  • Improved performance provides further enjoyment to the game

The 5-week Golf Conditioning program will cover a combination of warm-up exercises, stretching and strengthening with bands and balance exercises using a stability ball. With each exercise, I will explain and demonstrate the whys and the how-tos of each movement. For every exercise, you will understand, feel and begin to see the many benefits in your golf performance.

Don’t get caught behind – your opportunity starts now to get your body and swing ready for the coming golf season!

For more information about my Conditioning for Golf program visit RSVP: Visit North Shore’s calendar page or contact Tami Bealert, PGA Director of Golf Instruction, or phone/text 734-731-0238.