Forearm Stretch For Golfers Drill


This Forearm Stretch For Golfers Drill is from the Golf Practice Planner. I love it because it is quick and easy.

Forearm Stretch For Golfers Drill

Golf Fitness Drills

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5 minutes

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Learn how to do the Forearm Stretch For Golfers drill. Most golfers only hit balls on the range to get loose before playing on the course. That’s a mistake. Before hitting any balls, it’s crucial to stretch out your hands and forearms. This simple hand stretch will get the blood flowing into your hands and wrists.

Golf fitness is now considered crucial amongst all tour pros. Golf fitness is something you can do at home, so purchase a yoga mat, unfurl it in your front room, home office, or bedroom, and start doing some golf-specific fitness workouts.

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Step 1: Watch
Watch the video.

Step 2: Pull Fingers Back (fingers up)
Stand tall. Raise arms parallel to the ground. Fingers point up. Use the other hand to pull the fingers towards you.

Forearm Stretch For Golfers

Step 3: Pull Fingers Back (fingers down)
Point your fingers down (see the image below). Use the other hand to pull back the fingers towards you.

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