Being home doesn’t mean you can’t work on your golf game. Your physical conditioning is just as important as technique and course management. Improving your mobility from home means that when you’re back on the course, you can hit the ground running.
To get into position at the top of your backswing as well as through impact and into your finish, your shoulders have to externally rotate. If your shoulder mobility is limited, you’ll struggle to consistently swing on plane. It also puts a lot of strain on your elbow through impact and over time can lead to “tennis elbow”.
Here are several exercises that can help to improve your shoulder mobility. And all you’ll need to do them is a few square feet of space.