Golf may not always feel like the most physically demanding sport, but a long day on the course takes a toll on both your body and mind – making your recovery between rounds crucial to keeping your scores as low as possible.
Amateur golfers especially tend to disregard this part of the game far too often, and it shows. Sure, it’s easy to lose sight of the physical demands of golf when you’re riding in a cart and ending your round with beer and hot dogs in the clubhouse, but you’ll feel it in your performance. If you truly want to give your mind and body everything you need to improve your ability on the course, you need to make recovery part of your golf routine. Here are 5 tips to help you recover following a round of golf so that you can keep going: