3. Stay hydrated
Make sure you are hydrated before, during, and after the game. Continually replacing your fluids is vital even when you aren’t thirsty. And try to minimize caffeine and alcohol, which can cause dehydration.
4. Lift & carry your clubs carefully
Be cautious when lifting your clubs. Keep your back straight, and use the strength of your legs to minimize strain on your back. And consider a rolling caddy if necessary - you’ll still get the benefits of walking, but with less stress on your body.
5. Build up your endurance
Even though the game of golf doesn’t typically include a lot of running, it’s helpful to build your endurance to help you stay out on the course. Try incorporating alternate daily cardio exercises like jogging, cycling, or swimming when you're not on the links.
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