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post #19 of 23
I can play 2 days in a row - whenever I play 3 days straight I play crappy the third day - just feel extremely tight & sore in the shoulders - only time I get the shanks - happens every time
post #20 of 23

I don't get tired playing golf in a golf cart.

post #21 of 23

For me when I get physically tired I don't follow through on my swing. However, if I am mentally tired my whole game suffers from bad decision making to giving up on shots to just having a bad attitude from playing bad.  If I am physically tired I can usually push through.  If I am mentally tired I just give up.

post #22 of 23

When i get tired, its usually my legs that get tired. Just from walking and I drive my legs pretty good in the swing. So what happens is, my legs don't react well and i start to flip at the ball, and I hit pull cuts or big slices. 

post #23 of 23

You may have other issues that's making you fatigue after 2 - 3 days of golf.  

 

Playing and practicing (sometimes both) every day is not an issue for me and I walk most rounds.  It's only an issue when I play while I am sick.   When I played through a 6 week long pneumonia I was suffering, my average score went up by 3 - 4 points.   I probably shouldn't have played then.    

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