What a day! I just got done a round of 18 holes and have edged out all my buddies by at least 3 strokes, which prompts them to owe me a nice steak dinner. I'm on top of the world... until I have to ask my wife if she has any aspirin in her purse.
Yes, much like many other golfers, I too suffer from chronic back pain that is onset by my favorite hobby. This leads me to reach for painkillers of some sort every once in awhile after a game.If you are not like me and are lucky enough to not suffer from this affliction yet, then there are ways to prevent it. If you don't want to suffer from back pain or are just looking to prevent further damage, then take a look at these following tips.
What to Do
Even with the methods above, the back of a golfer is likely to deteriorate as time goes on. At least with the tips above you can slow the process a bit and keep your back strong and painless for as long as you possibly can.