Blogs - Golf Tips

 

In life and business we need to be prepared to succeed. We don’t go into a presentation without practicing or a meeting without brushing up on talking points, so why would we go out onto the golf course without that same preparation? We wouldn’t, and that is why I prepared these 5... Read More

 

To maximize your golf performance, the golf athlete needs to do a variety of different exercises and workouts to build and fitness.

 

There are seven physical performance factors that are crucial to every golf-conditioning program: posture, balance, mobility,... Read More

 

The most overused and misunderstood word in fitness and now in golf could easily be the “core”. What is the core exactly? Is it a muscle? Is it a group of muscles? How does it help in the golf swing? It is thrown around so loosely that it can be confusing to most. Ask 10 different... Read More

 

I am often asked what I do for a living and when I tell them Golf Fitness the next question is “oh what is that”?

 

So, here it is in a nutshell. I could probably write a 500 page book about it, but here I’m going to do it in as few words as possible and in terms... Read More

 

There aren’t too many shots in golf that get even the best players a little nervous. Maybe the long bunker shot. Maybe the island green 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass. But the chip shot off of tight grass is one that falls in that category. It doesn’t seem like it should be that... Read More

 

You want to improve your golf game right? You’re not alone. Most golfers want to improve their games. The question is how do you do improve your golf game without spending hours each day at the range and $1000’s on golf lessons?

 

The answer is: break the game... Read More

 

As golfers we are always in search of the newest, shiniest, and best new stuff. This goes for golf clubs, golf courses, and unfortunately for many golfers, swing thoughts.

 

We’re just starting to see what technology can do for the golf swing. There are many new... Read More

 

Watch out for these Grip No-Nos!

 

Unfortunately, it gets some attention, but not enough. I know this because I see it. Instead, I see lots of sloppy grips—where the hands are separated from each other or not positioned correctly on the club. It... Read More

 

Establishing a good grip is the first step to good golf

 

The grip not only is your connection to the club, it plays a pivotal role in many aspects of the swing, from the takeaway to your finish. I like to... Read More

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