Episode 81: Why Tracking Your Golf Stats Will Lower Your Scores

On Episode 81 of the Fitness For The Fairways podcast, Joe sat down with Frida Kinhult, a Professional Golfer on the Symmetra and LPGA Tours. 

We discussed:

  • Her career as a junior ranked table tennis professional
  • Her golf experiences from college and to her first LPGA appearance
  • Which golf metrics she tracks and why you should do the same
  • How to identify where you should be focusing your golf practice time
  • What her golf fitness training look like

The Ask Joe Segment

  • If I could do one exercise for the rest of my life, what would it be?
  • If I could work out with one piece of equipment for the rest of my life, which would it be?

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