As one of professional golf’s four Major championships, the Masters Tournament is one of the sport’s most prestigious events. Winning the Masters is an extraordinary accomplishment that can, by itself, define a player’s career. And it places him on an ultra-exclusive list of winners that consists of the most preeminent golfers of the past 90 years. Players like Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus, and Tiger Woods have always considered their Masters Championships as being among their crowning achievements in the game.
Every year, the equipment manufacturers come out with new models of their drivers, irons, and putters, counting on the fact that a significant portion of the golfing public will continue to subscribe to the notion that they can simply “buy a better golf game.” Fortunately for those companies, there will always be millions of golfers who are hungry to improve and who are hoping that these new “magic wands” will somehow solve all of their woes – and they are willing to spend a lot of money in that quest.
The golf swing is a very complex, dynamic set of movements that engages many different muscle groups and joints in the body from head to toe. To be able to move through the required range of motions, those muscles, joints, and tendons must be in good shape. If they aren’t, it will show in your swing.