You would have to be struggling for a very severe golf splash with your back, according to US doctors.
The modern "X-factor" string which many of the member's professionals can lose is harder and longer, but it can also increase the spine, with experts Neurological Neurological Institute.
They will look at the example of Tiger Woods in their inquiry, which is published in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine.
The 43-year-old game has recently been reintroduced after bad issues.
Spinning a & # 39; a mixed-paced golf club of 129mph at April 2018 Masters Championship, Tiger Woods appears to be back to physical fitness.
And it is said to have a greater understanding of what is "capable and capable of doing" this season.
"Much of it has been on training, trying to be stronger," he said.
X-factor golf gutting attempts to maximize the player's shoulder movement at the top of the counter; side.
This huge distribution generates energy that can be terminated – the X-factor – but Dr Corey Walker, Dr Juan Uribe and Dr Randall Porter, from Barrow, saying he could come at a cost, including the lumbar spine.
The backbone surgeons have been trying to explore golf clubs' climbing today's professionals, including Tiger Woods, different from old golfers, such as Jack Nicklaus and Ben Hogan.
They say that players' features and game have changed dramatically over the last few years.
Modern players are better and they are more powerful and this can add more to the spinal diskette and on the divisions, they believe.
And over time, it can produce a destructive process which authors say "discopathy repetitive traumatic" (RTD).
Throwing and pulling
But not just what to do & # 39; damages low spine.
When the rubbish becomes loose, bending can overlap "cleansing" side of the spine, which emphasizes the disk and on the faces on one side of the spine, they say.
Professor Walker said: "We believe that Tiger Woods with a backache experience reveals a real and unidentified case among new golfers.
"A Tiger used today's blasting machines and that makes a lot of horrors on his back.
"It's still a theory but we're beginning to see the worst levels in some of our patients.
"We see golf at a lower and lower level by restoring low back".
He said that any non-expert golf player should know familiar pain.
Woods had a tied ankle ties to recover their health. He has strengthened many physics and exercises in the sports hall.
Dentist Nigel Tilley, who has been working on the PGA European Tour, Ryder Cup and Team GB, said the inquiry should be treated responsibly.
"You released many people in the 40s, you would see some of the balance," he said. "That does not mean that he has problems with even though.
"And there's a tiger on a long course to go to relay motions, so it may not be surprising that he has problems back.
"But there is a doubt that swing style changes among players in the last 20 years.
"It's a lot more powerful and can add more force to its backbone."
He said it was important that golf clubs could keep control of that speed to avoid injury.
"Enhancement and disorder exercises in the sports hall can help reduce injuries," he said.
"If you are properly trained, there is no reason why you can not stand up with those forces and have no problem or any injury.
"And it's a good sport in a golf course. I would not want to have someone turned off. You can play at a very high level for a long time.
"Remember to warm up and fast for yourself."
Tiger Woods story
- He won the US Masters in Augusta in 1997 with a registered score, aged 21, made as the young person and his / her; first black Americans to win the title
- His low pain started back around 2013
- In March 2014, it disappeared from the last Honda Classic tour due to lower pain and spasms
- Later on that month, it was treated (laminotomy and microdiscctomy modes) to relieve strength concentration
- He would have more surgery for his spine in 2015
- In 2017, his fourth work was back – spinning spinal – to stop his pain