3. Warm Up Routine

If it’s good enough for Miguel Angel Jimenez, it’s good enough for you. No, not cigars and a glass of Rioja (well, maybe the latter). We mean a dynamic stretching/warm up routine—a variation perhaps on the type famously employed by The Mechanic—that’s good for your body and your game. Getting your shoulders, hips and back loose prior to the round is always a good idea and doesn’t take more than a few minutes. Improved flexibility means a better shoulder turn which generates more power. And hopefully a decrease in your Advil purchases.

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