How to Avoid Swing Fatigue on the Back Nine

Golf is a game of consistency.

Of course, it’s one thing to know that, but actually achieving consistency is something that many golfers struggle with as the round moves on. 

Sustaining a consistent swing can become a struggle when your match is on the line during the final holes.

So, how do golfers avoid “swing fatigue?” The key is building both strength and endurance specific to golf.

A lack of strength training in the right areas can cause not only a loss of mobility, but also early onset of muscle fatigue during a round and potential injury while playing. Muscle fatigue can lead to increased pressure on your hips, back, and shoulder joints when performing explosive movements like the golf swing

The result is a swing that won’t hold up for your four-hour plus rounds of golf. So when swing fatigue kicks in, you see it in your game. You may lose strokes on the closing holes with unsolid shots and lack distance because you’ve lost rotational speed in your golf swing.

That’s where the best golf exercise program from GolfForever comes in.

To avoid swing fatigue and maintain consistency throughout your entire round, get GolfForever’s customized golf training program. It helps you strengthen all the key muscles that contribute to the golf swing while also working on improving mobility in key areas such as the hips, thoracic spine and shoulders. 

When you pair your GolfForever program with the GolfForever Swing Trainer, you will unlock how to maintain your strength and endurance for your entire round. When adding the GolfForever Swing Trainer to your program, you will be able to train specifically for golf with a range of resisted rotational movements to build mobility, strength, speed, and power. 

Best of all? Most of our routines are 20 minutes or less. They are effective stand along workouts and can also be combined with other forms of exercise such as cycling, running, and weight lifting. 

The golf exercises in GolfForever are individually catered to your body's specific needs and equipment you have available to you. So, you'll be able to work on all the areas that are leading to your swing fatigue, so you can start playing your best golf through the 18th hole and beyond.

Become the golfer who finishes a round of golf, or even 36 holes, with a consistent golf swing!