Lower back pain

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If you are a man aged 50 years or older, and play golf regularly, odds are over 60% that you will suffer some form of lower back pain. Lower back pain is the most common ailment for golfers.
Fitness causes
Swing mechanics

 

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Shoulder pain

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Shoulder's are the second most common area for pain in golfers.
Fitness causes
Swing mechanics

 

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Golfer's elbow

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Golfer's elbow or medial epicondytilis. It typically happens on the trail arm, or the side furthest away from the target at address. 
Fitness causes: golfer's elbow are often to stabilization issues with the train shoulder, but can also be caused by any core stability and/or hip mobility issue(s). 
Swing mechanics: the strain is caused by having the trail wrist flexed at impact, essentially when the hands flipped and allow the club head to pass. Faulty swing mechanics

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Knee pain

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Golfer's elbow or medial epicondytilis. It typically happens on the trail arm, or the side furthest away from the target at address. 
Fitness causes: golfer's elbow are often to stabilization issues with the train shoulder, but can also be caused by any core stability and/or hip mobility issue(s). 
Swing mechanics: the strain is caused by having the trail wrist flexed at impact, essentially when the hands flipped and allow the club head to pass. Faulty swing mechanics

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