Boost Your EGO off the TEE

Boost Your EGO off the TEE

The top 10 golfers on the PGA Tour average 300 yards or more in driving distance. How far you hit the golf ball matters not only to your ego, but it is one of the most important factors in lowering your score. Making a full turn in your back swing is crucial to...
Golf Gains from the Ground

Golf Gains from the Ground

Experiencing Lower Body Injuries in Golf According to the American College of Sports Medicine ankle injuries account for nearly half of all sports injuries. Ankle mobility and stability shouldn’t be overlooked in any sport, golf is no exception. Experiencing lower...
Swing Speed vs. Ball Speed

Swing Speed vs. Ball Speed

Many golfers think that swing speed is the only way to increase ball speed and ultimately the distance the golf ball travels. This is false. Before we discuss the other factors that affect ball speed and distance we need to talk about the relationship between swing...
Ground Force Reaction Gains

Ground Force Reaction Gains

For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. We’ve all heard Sir Issac Newton’s third law of motion at some point in our lives, but how does it relate to making you a better golfer? Newton’s third law of motion tells us that using the legs to drive force...
Cure Early Extension

Cure Early Extension

Do you feel “stuck” or “trapped” on your downswing? If this is a familiar feeling, you may be guilty of Early Extension. What causes Early Extension? Early extension occurs when the lower body thrusts forward during the downswing. This faulty movement pattern causes...
Core Golf Fundamentals

Core Golf Fundamentals

The foundation of a golfers swing relies on a functional core. But what exactly does that mean? By understanding the framework of the core, we can determine how it influences the rest of the body and the vital role it plays in creating a better golf swing. The Core...