Golf Health and Fitness

Playing Golf with a Bad Back

by Tony Dear

Golfers know low back pain well. Jack Nicklaus had severe problems as he approached his half-century but found a method

Preventing Injuries During the Golden Years of Golf

by Larry Foster, M.D., F.A.A.O.S. ("Dr. Divot")

Golf is a unique sport in that it is actually more appealing to us as players as we

All Hot Golfers Get 'Warm' First!

by Larry Foster, M.D., F.A.A.O.S. ("Dr. Divot")

Long thought of as a "cushy" pastime, golf actually causes an alarmingly high number

Missing a Two-foot Putt is NOT the Most Painful Part of Golf!

by Larry Foster, M.D., F.A.A.O.S. (Dr. Divot)

Contrary to popular belief, golf is not a cushy pastime. Until I began to play golf my

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome & Golf

by Larry Foster, M.D., F.A.A.O.S. (Dr. Divot)

One of the most common clinical problems I see in my orthopedic practice is carpal tun

The Home Stretch

by Tony Dear

After a 45-minute workout, Roger Fredericks, fitness and flexibility guru to some of the game's greatest players, is a

The Health of Your Spine Will Improve Your Game

by Chiara Guerrieri

Your spine is at its best when it isn't aggravated by the effects of gravity pulling you down as you work and pl

Yoga, Golf & Concentration

by Melina Meza

Have you ever had that experience where you and your object of concentration (golf ball) become one? If you have, you

Yoga & Golf

by Melina Meza

Today in America between 6 and 9 million people practice yoga. Most gyms and health clubs offer yoga classes. Newswee

Brain Dooms Golf Swing to Inconsistency

The following article by David Orenstein appeared in the January 17, 2007, issue of Stanford Report, a newspaper for the Stanford University community
Osteoporosis & Golf
Attention Lady Golfers: Beware of the Injury Bug!
Joint Replacement and the Golfer
Conditioning & Preventive Exercises for Golf
New Golf Health & Fitness Section on Cybergolf
Survey Says: Golfers Live Longer
Scientist Determines Golf a Sport