What can we take from Bernhard Langer, Kenny Perry, and others that are competing at a high level well into their 50's? Even someone like Phil who is not getting any younger?
Is there a series of swing thoughts or general practices that these guys are using that maybe cut back on distance, but will save the golfer's back, knees, ankles? There is a generation of 20's and 30's that are growing up and seeing their first chronic injuries come back and back again. (On a side-note, will Rory's swing last with his aggressive reverse C at finish? Or is there a countdown timer on these new explosive swings that will sideline the golfer by age 40?)
Any thoughts are appreciated as I am sitting here with a heating pack on my lower back (SI joints?).
Besides regular stretching and everyday posture, what do YOU do or what have you done with your swing to lengthen the number of tee times you'll see?
Edit here is the link to Moe Norman's blog I found while I was researching the correlation between the reverse C finish and SI joint pain. http://moenormangolf.com/a-swing-of-disastrous-distortions/