In golf, many people mention rotator cuff exercises but neglect the shoulder blade/scapula. While exercising is very important, if your scapula is protruding, your shoulder will not be as strong or as stable as it should be. Your stabilizing muscles in the rotator cuff are attached to the floating bone that is designed to assist you during a golf swing. To protect your shoulder blade and create a stable scapula,
Fitness Tip #1: Correct Posture for the Shoulder
We hope everyone enjoyed their summer and is back into action at work. We had a fun-filled summer here at GNCGA. We enjoyed our time with all of the new summer campers as well as all of the returning faces, which we enjoy seeing every year! It always seems to be a great time when we are able to interact with players who have such an incredible passion for golf.