Golf: An Easy Game That’s Just Hard To Play
It’s even harder when your own body gets in the way. The fact is the average amateur golfers is not physically capable of performing the required body movements that are involved in a mechanically correct golf swing.
So golf fitness is not the pursuit of a better looking body, but the pursuit of a better functioning body.
To be Fit For Golf you need the physical ability to get into the position to deliver a powerful and consistent golf swing, with minimal risk of injury. And to do that you need:
Today, almost every PGA and LPGA player uses a golf fitness professional to help them improve performance and reduce the risk of playing related injuries.
- 14 of the last 17 Major Championships were won by someone advised by a TPI Certfied Expert.
- 25 of the top 35 Players in the World are advised by a TPI Certified Expert.
- 51 of the last 62 PGA tour events were won by players advised by a TPI Certified Expert.
- SO SHOULD YOU!
Brett’s Bottom Line: The ultimate goal of a golf fitness program is to make you a better golfer. To do that, amateur golfers need an effective fitness program to enhance and maintain their physical ability to play the game.