“There is no single specific way to swing a golf club, rather an infinite number of swing styles. But, there is one efficient way for every player to swing and it is based on what the player can physically do.”

– Greg Rose, Titleist Total Performance Institute

Ready to play better golf?

Improving the function of the golfer is the most effective way to achieve a consistent stroke, lower golf score and prevent injury.

Working with a GolfFIT professional will show you the link between your golf and your physical fitness. Improving your fitness will affect your game by improving your consistency and skill.  Whatever your current ability, age, or starting point you will be amazed at how quickly you feel better and shoot lower scores.

GolfFIT is a series of detailed assessments, personalized instruction and customized strength and conditioning programs with the specific goal of an efficient, consistent, painless golf swing.  

  • Develop consistent swing
  • Increase distance
  • Improve ball strike
  • Reduce pain & prevent injury

The GolfFIT program:

Initial Meeting: Discuss golf play, swing improvement, physical condition, health and exercise history. Receive questionnaire. Schedule 1st appointment.

Appointment 1: Screening 45 minutes. Evaluation of mobility, stability, and flexibility.  Conduct swing assessment.

Appointment 2: Program Introduction 45 minutes. Explain and discuss results from screenings. Introduce your conditioning program.

Appointment 3-10: Functional Conditioning. Eight (8)  ½ hour sessions, each building on the previous.

10 session package $475.

  • Biomechanics evaluation to identify appropriate exercises
  • A customized program based on your current swing performance and goals
  • Flexibility, stability, strength & endurance formulas to improve your performance

Beth

Beth Stewart is a Titleist Performance Institute Certified Professional.  TPI is the world’s leading authority in golf health, fitness, and biomechanics.  Contact her at 410-353-3246 to get started on improving your game.

“The clubs don’t play the game, the golfer does.”  – Paul Chek

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