Can CBD positively affect your golf game? If it can help Tiger Woods win the Masters, it must be something good.

CBD is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the golf industry, and with each passing day it feels as though CBD’s impact on the sport grows and is more accepted within the golf community. Since the World Anti-Doping Agency removed CBD from its banned substance list in 2018, the PGA Tour Anti-Doping organization does not list CBD as a prohibited substance for players. In fact, it might even help your golf game.

PGA Tour Champions player Scott McCarron has stated “…hemp oil helps my mind stay focused and my body recover, so I can always play my best,” he continues ” “Most people don’t realize the incredible level of mental stress and anxiety that comes with pro golf. In order to continue playing and performing at the highest level, I need to take care of the one body I have.”

Media outlets like ESPN and Golf Digest have widely discussed the topic now that mainstream golf players have an increased interest in the benefits of CBD.

What is CBD & What Does It Do?

CBD is an acronym for “Cannabidiol,” a naturally occurring compound in the hemp plant. CBD products extract the CBD from hemp to create products such as oils, creams, and salves for both oral and topical use. CBD is used to treat a variety of conditions such as pain, inflammation and anxiety.

From anxiety relief to inflammation aid, the CBD experience varies significantly from user to user – so experimenting with a different range of products can help you find the best product for you. While CBD product makers can’t promote any particular benefits, common anecdotal feedback includes the following:

  • Anti-inflammatory properties (i.e., reduced soreness or swelling)
  • Reduced anxiety (a feeling of calmness on the golf course)
  • Improved sleep for better recovery
  • Increased overall wellness

While CBD won’t get you “high”, athletes always face a risk with supplements, so golfers should triple check the manufacturing processes for pure CBD oil. At Lost Range, our mission is to make CBD tinctures, salves, and rubs accessible to all people. Which is why ALL OF OUR PRODUCTS CONTAIN LESS THAN 0.3% THC.

How it helps Players

For golfers, many of those ailments listed above are a daily fight, be it mentally or physically.  Many golfers practice or play golf daily, especially throughout the summer months. It’s not unusual for them to take 50-100 full swings on average, with some days being significantly more. On top of practicing their swings, many have a strict workout routine to follow. It’s no wonder why Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson use CBD oil to relieve their aches and pains! Topical creams and ointments are a way to incorporate CBD into your daily regimen. For any pain you may have, muscle-related or not, these lotions can be used to decrease the pain much like an arthritic pain cream would.

  • Players can Play More

Golf players and other athletes alike have reported CBD helps their bodies recover and allows them to play round after round, day after day. Whether you’re sore from the day before or fighting off the sluggishness that comes with aging, CBD is said to help to restore your body to have you ready to play golf as often as you’d like.

  • Calming effects

It’s pretty simple: CBD calms you down. Research has shown that it may work by affecting serotonin levels in the brain. Serotonin is a chemical in your body that plays a role in your:

  • Mood
  • Sleep
  • Digestion
  • Behavior

We’ve all had those first-tee jitters and the uneasy feeling of hitting in front of people. Whether you’re playing in a club championship or nervous over a three-foot slider, taking CBD before a round can help to settle your nerves. Golf is a stressful game. CBD can make your body and mind consistent when you have to deal with the ups-and-downs that come with playing golf at the amateur and professional levels.

  • Increased Focus

Every golfer knows that groggy feeling on the first few holes that comes with early tee times. A 2015 review of 49 studies found evidence that suggests CBD could help with generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Therefore, CBD can help reduce on-course anxiety and increase your focus on the back nine when you’re closing in on winning a match.

If you think you want to give it a shot, there are dozens of products on the market for you to choose from.

Products to Choose From

Regardless of how you take CBD, always start small and build on the dosage. Topical creams and ointments are a way to incorporate CBD into your daily regimen. For any pain you may have, muscle-related or not, these lotions can be used to decrease the pain much like an arthritic pain cream would. Be it severely strained muscles, sore knees, or Golfer’s Elbow, CBD oil just may be the answer you’ve been looking for.

Lost Range CBD Creams help your body recover quickly from pain, inflammation, and when coupled with our CBD Oil Tinctures, provides you a leg up in jumpstarting your Cannabinoid System!

The CBD properties sooth the skin and assist in post-workout recovery. To soothe your aches and pains, thoroughly rub a small amount in your problematic areas as needed. 

Most opt for taking CBD oil orally. Some are designed to be diffused under your tongue while others should be added to food or drinks for ingestion. At Lost Range, our CBD Tinctures are designed for all of the above. We even suggest adding a few drops to your pre-game latte or post-game beer! A few high-potency oral products we recommend include:

If you feel you need something a little stronger for your pain relief, our 2000mg Isolate CBD oil tincture may be the best fit for you.

If you are looking for the strongest CBD on the market and have multiple conditions you’re hoping to relieve or suffering from severe pain symptoms, our highest potency “Gold Buckle” 4000mg Full Spectrum CBD oil tincture may be the product you’re looking for.

Final Thoughts

CBD Oil is the hottest topic in golf right now! If you’re sore from the day before or getting ready for a big game, taking CBD may help you take your golf swing to the next level.

Whether there is a specific condition you’re aiming to treat with CBD oil, or you are just looking to maintain optimal balance in your body, we use only the best CBD in our small batch products — helping our customers experience and enjoy all the benefits that CBD has to offer. Seed-to-sale guarantee, all of our final products are produced in the mountains of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. After rigorous third-party lab testing, you can rest assured your CBD is natural, clean and pure – made with care and love from us to you. 

If you would like to know more about our products and brand, our staff is always at your service for any questions. Contact us here today. 


Disclaimer:
These products are not for use by or sale to persons under the age of 18.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. The information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from healthcare practitioners. Please consult your healthcare professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any products.
Lost Range assumes no responsibility for the improper use of these products. We recommend consulting with a qualified medical doctor or physician when preparing a treatment plan for any and all diseases or ailments. Lost Range does not make any health claims about our products and recommends consulting with a qualified medical doctor or physician prior to consuming our products or preparing a treatment plan. It is especially important for those who are pregnant, nursing, chronically ill, elderly or under the age of 18 to discuss the use of these products with a physician prior to consuming.  You must be 18 years or older to visit this website and/or purchase Lost Range products. The information on our website is intended to provide general information regarding our products and is not to be construed as medical advice or instruction.
Neither the Company nor its representatives is providing any medical advice, and none should be inferred, from any ideas, suggestions, testimonials or other information set forth on this website or in other Company materials or provided over the phone, in the mail, in product packaging, or in email correspondence. This website may contain links to third-party websites. The Company provides these links as a convenience only and does not endorse any of these sites. The Company is not responsible for the content of, and does not make any representations regarding the materials on, such linked third-party websites. If you decide to access or rely on information at linked third-party website, you do so at our own risk.
Our terms and conditions, including disclaimers, are more fully set forth in our Terms of UsePrivacy Policy and Terms of Online Sales