This is not always the case, but more times than not it is. The reason is?that women golfers don't focus on improving their strength when it comes to playing better golf. They'll hit more balls, take more lessons and even buy an instructional video or two.
Does this sound like you?
When you think of the golf swing; it takes a great amount of upper body strength to control the clubhead during the swing. Especially as you get to the longer irons and the driver.
The KEY to hitting longer drives, that go straighter more often is consistent swing mechanics. The ONLY way to duplicate optimal golf swing mechanics is to have a higher level of upper body strength ; especially in the shoulders and upper back muscles.
If you're weak in the above mentioned areas, you will not be able to set the at the top of your backswing consistently?resulting in mishits and robbing you of valuable distance. Not the outcome you want.
But by doing just a few simple golf-specific strength exercises, your swing can/and will improve dramatically.
I've been fortunate to work with hundreds of women golfers and have seen this result time and time again.
Making the most of your valuable time, to improve your golf is a pre-requisite. We are all short of time, so anything we can do to speed up the results is worth looking into.
So don't keep pounding golf balls and looking for the "magic bullet". The magic bullet is looking at you in the mirror.
Now make it happen!
About The Author: Mike Pedersen is a respected golf fitness expert, author and the founder of the webs first golf performance membership site for women called Fit Golf For Women. To learn simple and easy golf tips and techniques, go to http://www.FitGolfForWomen.com.