Hamstring Stretch Golf Warmup Drill


This Hamstring Stretch Golf Warmup Drill is from the Golf Practice Planner. I love it because it is quick and easy.

Hamstring Stretch Golf Warmup Drill

Golf Fitness Drills

2 out of 10

5 minutes

Golf Practice Planner.

Learn how to do the Hamstring Stretch Golf Warmup Drill. This drill is a great way to stretch your tight hamstrings. Hamstrings get tight because of the sitting we do. 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, forearms, shoulders, fingers, triceps, side of your body, strengthen the forearms, and stretch your hamstrings.

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.

Getting golf fit is one of the quickest and easiest ways to improve your golf game. And hey, the side effects aren’t bad either: live longer, increase the quality of life, and release loads of happy endorphins into your bloodstream, gain muscle and flexibility, reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease, reduce your risk for type 2 diabetes, strengthen your bones and muscles, prevent falls (falls are the leading cause of death, injury and hospital admissions among the elderly), reduce your risk of some cancers.


Step 1: Watch
Watch the video.

Step 2: Stand Tall
Stand tall with clubs in both hands.

wrist strengthen golf warmup

Place the two clubs out in front of you. Bring your right foot forward and left foot back (into a high lunge). The feet are pointing straight (as if you’re balancing on a beam). Use the clubs for balance (see the image below).

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