As summer inches closer to starting, millions of individuals will hit the links to play the great game of golf. Many will challenge themselves to drop their handicap or set a goal like reaching their personal best score for 18 holes during these warm months. But very few of these individuals set a plan in motion to help them achieve their goals by attacking the shortcomings in their game.
Golf is a game of repetition. Swing after swing in practice sessions builds muscle memory that enables golfers to create a repeatable swing that they can depend on in any situation while on the course. But what about when that swing breaks down, and the golfer begins to struggle?
Is their game breaking down due to weak fundamentals or is it something else? Most of the time, golfers don’t recognize that by strengthening their fundamentals and specific areas of their body, they can push away those dreaded slices and hooks.