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Warming up and stretching before you play golf can help to prevent injury and improve your game. These books and Web sites show you how:

DR. DIVOT’S GUIDE TO GOLF INJURIES
Larry Foster, MD, FAAOS
Doctor Divot Publishing, Inc.
North Salem, NY, 2004
www.doctordivotmd.com

ABOUT.COM: GOLF
Dr. Divot’s Golf Warmup
http://golf.about.com/od/fitnesshealth/ss/warmupstretches.htm
Preview Dr. Divot’s recommended warmup stretches online. (Illustration and book excerpts appear with the permission of Dr. Foster and Doctor Divot Publishing, Inc.)

MAYOCLINIC.COM
Slide show: Golf stretches for a more fluid swing
www.mayoclinic.com/health/golf-stretches/SM00089

 

 

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