Workouts to Help You Gain Distance: Dynamic Balance & StabilityClubhouse

Editor's Note: Yes, winter is here. But that's no excuse to start slacking on your game improvement! In order to keep your golf game up to par (or below if you put the practice in!) during the winter months, we've put together a series of exercises and stretches to improve your mental, physical, and strategic parts of your game. Make sure you check back every week for the next set of drills, so you can continue to get better, even if you’re not on the course or the range.

In the golf swing, balance and body control are a premium. From single leg balancing to balancing on both feet to utilizing the ground beneath you, use this dynamic stability routine to activate the balancing mechanisms within your body and improve stability on the course.

Do this workout along with the other four exercises below for 2-3 weeks for a total of 20 minutes per day and it'll be like you never left the golf course for the winter months. You may even be better!

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