Have you ever been running late for your tee time?
Do you hit a few balls or do you stretch?
Obviously hitting a few balls before a round is a good idea if you leave yourself plenty of time, but if you have only 5 minutes before your tee time getting a really good stretch would be best. Warming up your shoulders, hamstrings, calves and quads would limit your injuries and make for a better start to your round.
Here are a few quick stretches:
• Arms extended, make big and small circular motions forward and backwards- 8 to 10 count
• Bend forward try to touch your knee cap or toes- 8 to 10 count
• Now take some practice swings after your warmup
VIOLA! You're ready to play some golf.
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