The “Most Important Stretch In Golf” A DEVICE

Bernie Fay

Practicing your golf swing in the winter requires determination — if you live in a cold climate. Freezing temperatures and snow drifts make it hard to get outside to work on your chipping, putting and long shots. Despite that you should resist the urge to put your clubs away until spring. There are lots of drills and techniques you can work on to improve your swing even when it’s cold outside.

Work on your golf swing during the winter. Pro golfers such as Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson often use the offseason to improve their golf swing. Losing some weight and adding muscle can help you avoid injury and play better overall when the weather improves. PGA of America vice president Ted Bishop recommends at least 45 minutes of aerobic exercise four or five days a week.