When to Come Back?
By Dr. Peter Mackay
To get back in the game, ramp it up slowly!
Teeing Off with Breakfast
By Amy Goodson
If your goal is to have energy throughout your golf game, maintain driving strength through the 18th hole and stay mentally focused, you better set your alarm early and make time for breakfast.
The Safe Way to Train Fast: Determining Your Readiness For Overspeed Training
By Chris Finn
Overspeed training is one of the hottest things in golf today. Some people call it a training aid, others call it power training and yet others say it will get your stronger and improve your balance. So which one is it and how is it supposed to be used?
Offseason Golf Performance Program Case Study: It's Never Too Late To Improve Your Body
By Jared Bickle
Many times when I talk to aging golfers they are frustrated with things in their golf game such as losing speed and distance, not being able to play multiple days in a row or dealing with pain during or after their round. The good news is that you don't have to accept this as part of getting older...
8 Tips to Make the Best of Your Offseason
By Africa Alacron
Off season is a period of time that you will be forced to take some time off golf due to weather or course availability, but here are a few tips to help you come back stronger than ever.
What You Can Learn From Kyle Berkshire's Swing And Junior Development
Smart coaching can help prepare a young golfer for long-term success.
75% Of Junior Golfers Surveyed Believe That Early Specialization Is Necessary For College Recruitment
By Brendan Ryan
Despite the growing awareness of the benefits of playing multiple sports, junior golfers feel unfounded pressure to specialize too early.
Knocking The Rust Off: Tips For Assessing Your Body And Swing After A Long Offseason
By Dave Phillips
TPI co-founders Dr. Greg Rose and Dave Phillips offer tips for knocking the rust off your game after a long off-season.
Highlighting Some of Our Most Popular Articles of 2017
We've been very fortunate to be able to use our platform highlight industry thought leaders and body-swing success stories from amateur and professional golf. Here's a collection of our most read articles of 2017.
Say the Magic Words: Internal vs External Coaching Cues
By Tim Neumann
TPI Certified trainer Tim Neumann discusses the use of internal and external cues in training and golf instruction
5 Techniques to Improve Grip Strength
By Nick Buchan
The hands are you only contact point to the club so it seems obvious that they are a key area in the golfers body. However, grip strength is often ignored completely by golfers, or if trained, trained with ineffective methods.
Beware Of What You Stretch
By Jason Glass
So many of us have bought into the old adage that you need to stretch to stay supple and play your best. What if stretching actually had the opposite effect?
What The Lat Test Means For Your Swing And How to Improve Your Result
By Nick Buchan
A guide to what the lat test is, how it relates to your golf swing and how to improve a poor result.
The Top 6 Physical Attributes of Elite Golfers
By Nick Buchan
One of my major roles in working with a golfer is to identify and fix physical limitations that might interfere with an athlete’s ability to best “acquire” the swing mechanics for them. As such when I’m watching the top golfers in the world I’m often looking to identify the physical attributes they share. Here are six physical attributes I’ve noticed in most longer hitters and elite golfers:
What We Can Learn From "Seve"
By Andy Griffiths
For anyone who plays golf, or for anyone who’s interested in golf, or better yet; for anyone who’s interested in finding and following their dreams, the newly released film, Seve, is a must see. Directed by John Paul Davidson, the film is an epic tale and true story of the life of the late Severiano “Seve” Ballesteros, one of the best and most charismatic European golfers that has ever lived. Known for his daring and creative play, Seve arguably transformed modern golf by turning the Ryder Cup from a US dominated foregone conclusion to an intense, emotionally draining, competitive clash that has resulted in some of the best moments in golf over the past 30 years.
The Golfer's Guide to Lower Back Pain – Part 1
By Dr. Greg Rose
TPI Cofounder Dr. Greg Rose reviews how he uses the Body-Swing Connection™ when assessing lower back injuries in golfers.
Coordination and Movement Skill Development - The Key to Long Term Athletic Success
By Brian Grasso
The following article provides some basic exercises that you can use with your young athletes to help develop elements of coordination.
Vision and Its Impact on Your Game
By Greg Rose
The development and use of your visual system has an impact on every aspect of your golf game.
How A Rotary Stool Became Our Favorite Tool for Helping Golfers Use the Ground
Whether early extension, loss of posture, sway, slide or even coming over the top, many of the most common swing characteristics we identify can be addressed by improving how we push against the ground and rotary stools have become a favorite tool to help create a feel.
7 Anti-Rotation Exercises to Maximize Clubhead Speed
By Dr. Ben Langdown and Jennifer Fleischer
Whether you're looking to increase your clubhead speed, reduce the risk of injury around the lower back or just increase your strength and tone through the core muscles, training for anti-rotation is key.