When to Shut it Down?
By Dr. Peter Mackay
The medical and coaching personnel working with professional golfers are often called upon to make judgments with respect to a player being fit to play or to continue to play in a specific event.
What Is Your Ideal Time Commitment for Playing College Golf?
By John H. Brooks
Each NCAA division offers a unique set of time requirements for student-athletes
Anterior Tilt and Pelvic Control
By Greg Rose
Is an anterior tilted pelvis throwing you off balance?
The Man Behind The PGA Champ - How Marc Wahl Played a Hand in Jimmy Walker's Triumph
TPI Certified physical therapist Marc Wahl discusses his work with PGA Champ Jimmy Walker.
How To Overcome Golf Injuries And Get Back To Playing Your Best
By Michael Carroll
Injuries in amateur golf are very common. Though there are tremendous professional resources available, athletes often do a poor job managing their recovery.
Active Recovery: An Important Day in Your Week
By Pam Owens
Recovery doesn't mean doing nothing.
Catching Ping Pong Balls To Improve Quiet Eye For Golf
By Liam Mucklow
The Quiet Eye (QE) refers to the final fixation of eye movement at least 100 milliseconds prior to movement. Longer QE duration is exhibited by experts in comparison to non-experts.
Dave Phillips Talks Technology on the Coach Glass Podcast
TPI co-founder Dave Phillips joined Jason Glass on the “Coach Glass Podcast” to discuss the latest trends in golf technology.
How Ryan Moore rehabbed his ankle with a TPI Certified team
By Brian Chandler
After Ryan Moore won the John Deere Classic, he credited TPI Certified Brian Chandler with helping him overcome a nagging ankle issue which had bothered him for five years.
Why You Should Evaluate Movement in Junior Athletes
By Dr. Greg Rose
Dr. Greg Rose shares the importance of evaluating fundamental movement skills in young athletes to maximize long-term athletic development.
What Golf-Specific Training Really Is
By Nick Buchan
Training should be speed, time constraint and intensity specific, not just movement specific.
How To Encourage Long Term Athletic Development In Junior Golfers
Parents and coaches who emphasize winning over athletic development at a young age can be limiting a golfer's long-term success.
How Improving Pelvic Rotation Helped My Client Control Their Path
By Lance Gill
Ball flight was the symptom, but movement was his problem.
Check your Fundamentals First
By Dave Phillips
It is a natural reaction when your not playing well and you can’t seem to find the bottom of the cup to think that all is lost and you need to change something.
Hip speed good or bad?
By Dave Phillips
This article shares some thoughts on hip speed and how to control it.
Physical Education as a Solid Foundation for Junior Golf
By Ricardo Picorelli
Why applying more Physical Education based instruction in your program will help junior golfers in the long run.
Solving the Middle Man
By Max Prokopy
Why the Thoracic Spine is So Important
Why Club Head Speed Drops With Age And What You Can Do About it
By Michael Carroll
Unfortunately, we tend to lose speed and mobility with age. TPI Certified strength coach Michael Carroll explains why and shares tips for modifying your exercise program to compensate for it.
Cupping Therapy on the PGA TOUR: Considerations and Concerns
By Marc Wahl
A few reflections and considerations on the cupping demonstrations provided during the 2016 World Golf Fitness Summit.
Nutrition: A Golfer's Competitive Edge?
By K.C. Craichy
TPI Advisory Board member KC Craichy discusses the competitive edge that a healthy diet can offer golfers.