I have been meaning to look up some causes of tennis elbow in golfers. I thought I remembered something having to do with too much elbow flexion during the backswing, which I believe is also a big cause due to the rapid elbow extension during the downswing and at contact. In looking for additional information, I came across this article below. This makes a lot of sense – avoid cupping that lead wrist to decrease wrist extensor activity through the swing. It all comes back to the basic tenet of keeping joints as close to neutral as possible.
I am a huge fan of Mark Comerford. He seems to have a great understanding of how to assess unstable movements throughout the body and provide motor control exercises to help improve those movements. I have begun reading his book, “Kinetic Control: The Management of Uncontrolled Movement” and I love it. It’s like an updated and easier to read Sahrmann. I have a feeling this book will change how I practice almost immediately (I saw a little bit today after reading just the flexion test portion of the lumbar chapter). If you like Sahrmann, you will love this book. I highly recommend it.