Lower Arm Rotation
When swinging the club, avoid rotating the club and turning the wrists through at impact. While it is essential to have the face square at impact, it is important to try to develop a swing with less movement when rotating through the ball.
Slower Swing Speeds
It is important to slow the swing when having rotator cuff problems. Most golfers swing too hard, and slowing the swing would benefit their games. Distance is greatly determined by contact, and with a slower swing it will increase solid contact and put less stress on the rotator cuff.
Many people tend to strain while swinging the golf club. It is important to be solid with the club but not strain down and through the swing. This can lead to pulls and tears in the rotator cuff as well as any muscle involved in the golf swing. Keep a smooth, relaxed golf swing.
Shorten the Backswing
To help lower stress on the rotator cuff, shorten the backswing. Shortening the backswing relieves stress that is put on the shoulder when a golfer reaches the maximum rotation in the backswing.
Rotator cuffs are naturally not very strong and it is essential to strengthen them as much as possible. Create a workout regime to help strengthen the rotator cuffs and at the same time create a more powerful golf swing.