I am treating a case of tennis elbow. You might wonder how I got it when I don't play tennis or really do anything very repetitive with my hands. Then you might wonder when I went to the doctor and the good news is that you don't have to go to the doctor anymore for a diagnosis. My first choice for medical questions is webmd.com and it said the bony part on the outer elbow would hurt - check - and it would hurt more with a flexed wrist - check. The treatment is rest and ice, but how do you rest your right elbow when you don't know what you are doing to make it hurt? So I consulted a second opinion, mayoclinic.com and it said about the same thing. Maybe it will just go away. In the meantime, I am not going to take up tennis, baseball, gardening (I'll wait until spring), and bowling.
By the way, it isn't golfer's elbow because that hurts on the inside.