The pain in the knees of golfers can result from improper warming up. Many golfers don’t properly prepare for the pressure they’ll endure.
Improper warm-ups could cause injury to the quadriceps and hamstrings. It is important to warm up correctly with motion exercises and stretching. It is also important to ensure that your exercise is sufficiently long to allow your muscles and joints to receive an adequate flow of blood.
It is also possible for knee pain to be caused by improper swing mechanics. A poor swing mechanics may result in knee injuries among golfers. These could put an excessive strain on knee joints and muscles. An injury to the knee can result from bad backswing mechanics, improper knee bends in downswings and poor transfer mechanics.
It is possible to have knee pain from golf prevented if your body is correctly prepared, and you are using good swing mechanics. Make sure you prepare yourself before each round as well as continue working on your mechanics of swing.