a hardened area of skin that can develop from playing golf

Golf Callus

Golf Callus: A Swinging Pain

What is a golf callus? A golf callus is a hardened, thickened area of skin that commonly forms on the hands of golfers. It is caused by repeated friction and pressure from gripping the golf club. As you swing, the club rubs against the skin on your hands, particularly the fingers and palms. Over time, this repetitive friction stimulates the skin...