Overuse injuries of the upper extremity in golf

J R McCarroll
Clinics in Sports Medicine 2001, 20 (3): 469-79
Golfers are athletes, for golf is a sport. To play it well, one must have athletic ability, strength, agility, coordination, and endurance. The golf swing is physically demanding and has contributed to overuse injuries in the upper extremity. The wrist, elbow, and shoulder are the most frequently injured joints.

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