Keep Swinging and Prevent Common Golf Injuries

The 4th Annual Joe Carter Classic Celebrity Golf Tournament supporting the Children's Aid Foundation, is right around the corner. Celebrities will be tee-off at Eagle's Nest Golf Club in Maple on June 18th, having fun showing off their skills while raising money. But just because you and I may not been invited to play alongside the stars in that fundraiser doesn't mean that we take our game any less seriously. And an important part of training and readying ourselves for the game means avoiding common golf injuries. Most golfers, no matter their skill-level, are aware of some of the aches and pains that accompany the game. Back pain, shoulder pain or knee pain are the result of common golf injuries that stem from stance and swing. Repetition can lead to carpel tunnel syndrome; tennis elbow and golfer's elbow are also common (although, ironically, tennis elbow is more common that golfer's elbow). These golf injuries plague many players, so working to avoid them is crucial if you want to stay on the fairways. How can you avoid common golf injuries and keep swinging? A golf injury prevention program offered by a sports injury clinic is always a good idea. Designed to...