The answer is no.

If there is a mobility issue that is affecting your golf swing, there is a good chance that there are specific motor patterns that have developed to give you certain swing characteristics.  

For example, if you have a lack of hip mobility then you may sway when you swing the golf club. By increasing the mobility in your hip, the sway doesn’t just disappear.  Your body still has the programming to continue to sway.  

The next step is to retrain the muscles and motor patterns to be able to control the new range of motion achieved.  

By addressing both mobility and motor patterns, pain (if any) can decrease and longevity within the game that you love will increase.  

Book in your Golf Screen with Krystal now to start the process of feeling and playing better.

Krystal Evans is TPI Certified