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Simple golf exercise: Upper-Back Rotation with Foam Roller
Improve mobility in your upper back to take the load off the lower back and help prevent golf-related pain or injury.
Hip mobility & power: T-Step Lunge
If you want to start building explosive hip strength and rotational power, try adding the T-Step Lunge to your daily golf fitness routine.
Improve balance and posture: Single-leg balance leg swing
Improve balance and posture while reducing the risk of golf-related injury with this golf exercise that you can do without equipment.
Improve rotational control: Half-kneeling cable lift
Learn how to control your rotational forces with this simple golf exercise you can do from home.
Simple golf exercise: Lateral Lunge
Train your body to move side to side with this golf exercise that is designed to improve balance and agility.
Safe swing speed: Standing anti-rotation exercise
Learn how to generate more swing speed by working on creating high-speed rotational force—in a way that will help you avoid back pain.
Simple golf exercise: Hip Circles
Activate your hips' range of motion with Hip Circles—a quick and simple way to work toward increasing hip mobility.
Advanced golf exercise: Kettle Swings
When done correctly, the kettle swing is a great exercise to build explosive hip power in your golf swing.
Build a more powerful swing: Whole-body rotation exercise
Improve your muscle memory while strengthening your core and hips to set the foundation for a powerful and consistent golf swing.
Simple golf exercise: Dying Bug
Learn to use your core muscles to stabilize your spine, so you can generate more power from the hips in your golf swing.