The key to implementing long drive golf exercises is to look at the main movement in your golf swing.
What is it?
Is it a lateral movement (side-to-side)? Is it a vertical movement (up and down)? Ill stop the twenty questions and cut to the chase.
Its a ROTATIONAL movement!
Golf is rotational! You make a backswing (rotate). And you make a downswing (rotate).
If this is the case what strength and flexibility exercises should be done to maximize your long drives?
You guessed it ROTATIONAL exercises!
You dont need to go to a gym and sweat for 2 hours a day. You dont even need to spend much on equipment. All you need is you, a couple of pieces of affordable golf exercise equipment and a little creativity.
There are dozens and dozens of rotational strength and flexibility exercises you can do right in your home or office that will reap HUGE dividends on the course. In my 350 page Ultimate Golf Fitness Manual, I have pages and pages of these strength and stretching exercises for long drives.
Im a firm believer in working the total package in regards to exercising all the major golf muscles in your body. Every golfer is different, and has unique needs (limitations) that should be addressed.
The major muscles involved with long drive golf exercises are the core muscles (first-and-foremost), the hamstrings, glutes and lower back muscles.
The secondary (support) muscles for incorporating long drive golf exercises are the shoulder rotators, forearms (wrists), upper back (lats), and the hip girdle. These muscles are icing-on-the-cake muscles in regards to hitting power golf drives every time you step on the tee box.
This is not rocket-science, but you do need to make sure you are doing the correct exercises that will give you the biggest return on your investment.
I hope you have a better, initial understanding of long drive golf exercises.