A further point on this is that even if mobility or flexibility is a problem, how will it change our programming? Appropriate strength training exercises, with good technique through the maximum “safe” ROM is usually very effective at improving mobility. Depending on the modality they also come with the added benefits of increased power, strength, muscle mass, body composition (possibly), and general fitness. The client also gets to actually train and feel like they worked out. The importance of this should not be overlooked. A training effect needs to take place. While soft tissue work, stretching, and “corrective exercise” all have their place in a training program, they must be accompanied with progressive strength training for long term improvements in function for both golf performance, and everyday life. Don’t forget to actually train.