I want to follow up in my prior post. The guys who tried to ditch me. Well they hung back after 9 for almost 15 minutes and then came rolling up and said "oh we stopped for a drink, we thought you would go ahead". I started to head for my cart but they just headed to the tee, so I'm like WTF!?
Any way, I almost killed someone thanks to them. Second shot on a dogleg par 5 with elevation and trees between me to the green. They were parked in view of the green and I had a blind shot to the pin. I asked them "is the green clear?" They go "yeah". I hit a good shot tracking towards the left side of the green. I hit less than 10 feet away from the foursome in front of me with a 3-iron. I came around the dogleg and the ditch there and saw them and immediately went to apologize. I made it clear I asked the people I was with and they said it was ok to hit. My ball hit just short into a hill leading to the green. 10 feet more and I would have hit right in the middle of them . Thankfully my ball jumped back.
No other word. Assholes.
I'm not a doctor, but it sounds like your core muscle group is a little weak. Like any physical activity, strength and dexterity will always help.
I used to always suffer from lower back pain/spasms, but once I started to exercise my core it greatly diminished my problems. It doesn't take much and don't over exert yourself believing more is better. You may actually exacerbate the problem through strenuous exercise. Gotta learn how to walk before you can run.
Some basic core exercises everyday should do until you become stronger. Know you limits. You won't see results overnight. It's a slow process.
Instructions on simple and easy core exercise routines are abundant on the Internet, but if you still feel pain and no improvement, then please consult with your physician!