Golfer's elbow is a disorder that produces pain on the inside of your elbow, around the point where the tendons of your forearm muscles connect to the bony bump. Your wrist and forearm can also experience pain. Tennis elbow and golfer's elbow are comparable conditions, however golfer's elbow happens on the inside of your elbow as opposed to the outside.
Tennis players, those who clench their fingers or use their wrists frequently, and others who do not merely play golf can also get golfer's elbow. You don't have to avoid your favourite activities or the golf course because of golfer's elbow pain. You can get back into the swing of things with rest and the right care.