There a couple of threads here talking about treating G elbow... ice, stretching, etc.
After ending my second season in a row with a severe case of G elbow (inside, right elbow, RH golfer) I would very much to start a discussion on how to PREVENT it. Yes, I play over 100 rounds a year... but so does everyone in my double foresome. And yet I am the only one crippled by the end of the season. No fun when your grip strength is so weakened you can not push the top on a can of shave cream or your toothbrush falls out of your grip!
Is it my grip?
Grips? I use sturdy grips, not the soft wrap kind.
No major equipment changes... same driver for years, etc...
Am I decelerating at impact? Friends say I do not finish as high as I use to. But I think that could be a result of the G Elbow and not the cause???
I have to be doing something wrong???
I have played for more than 15 years and never had a problem until the last 2 years.
Any suggestions as to what could be causing the problem???
I've done a few mini sessions with fitting pro's and they never red flag any particular flaws?
BTW as a NYS golfer I am current in off season...