I think with a putt the forearms don't rotate at all,with a chip they do although I do practice using no rotation which I think may be the route to go.Another thing I do is grip the putter while it's soled but grip the wedge while hovering......no supination or pronation with putting
We had our snow here in Fredericton earlier this week and since all but 1 exec 9 hole course was open anyway there is no big withdrawal and I am into the usual winter funk.The snow has all melted for now but we know that we may get green Christmases but we ALWAYS have white Easters. One of my golf partners is a snowbird from the 30th of October to the near end of April. A lot of members of my club are snowbirds as well both for Florida and for Arizona too. (comes from a military career stationing them in Edmonton Cold Lake and Esquimalt.) I will get a Southern excursion started this coming year. May become a snowbird myself and end the wintertime blues.
I have a bad right knee, torn ligaments many many years ago now a constant ache. I take 2 aleve before a round and I wear a brace but a combination of walking and the motion of the swing and I am in need of a soak after 18. Some day I suppose I will be reduced to using a golf cart but other than places like Myrtle Beach where you cannot go without a cart at the times I wish to play, I walk and use a 3 wheel push cart
I don't get sore playing a round, but after 4-5 large buckets with my training clubs then my lower back is also sore as with many other muscle groups. Not a bad sore, as it usually goes away after a day or two as well. It's usually the next morning that the soreness kicks in. . .