Spring is finally here and it's time for some Golf
7 months post op here with a dual chamber St. Judes PM for a 3rd degree heart block. Had it installed just before October and when I posted then, it was the end of the golfing season here in snowy western PA. It was a long winter and oh did I have cabin fever. Today was about 70 degrees and sunny so it was finally time to test the golf swing... I have read many posts about golfing with a PM in and really had no concerns about it, especailly after 7 months of healing. I did however call my cardiologist just to make sure before I went. His answer was, "Go golfing, the leads should be cemented in there by now." Well I finally got the chance, and the weather, to go today. Started off slow only 9 holes. I have to be honest, I was worried on the first tee, but that soon changed to relaxation. My swing was better than ever and I never felt a thing with the PM. I have a little muscles ache in the legs, but I attribute that to the walking and swinging. Other than that I feel great and can't wait for a nice long summer of chasing the little white ball all over the course. Thanks to all who answered my questions last year aboout this topic.