Foam Roll Your Way to a Better Swing.

Wed Dec 18, 2013 by Dave Phillips

Foam rolling is a technique that many PGA Tour players use to prepare their bodies to practice or play. Over time, we all develop restrictions in the connective tissue known as fascia that lies between the muscles and the skin.  These restrictions can be the result of injury, disease, inflammation, inactivity or just simply the act of going through life. These restrictions can cause a loss of mobility, which in turn can lead to a myriad of swing issues.

Take a look at this recent video by TPI Advisory Board Member, Robert Yang where he gives a detailed demonstration of the proper foam rolling technique. I’ve also added exercises from our exercise library to the right of this article.


  • Anonymous User

    Is the Dec. 24th TPI morning show on "Lower back" golf swing available anywhere?

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