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.
When Working To Improve Rotational Capabilities, Don't Overlook The Neck
By Kevin Dishon
The cervical spine is one of the more neglected body parts in terms of mobility training, but it is extremely important, especially considering how modern lifestyles impact posture.
6 Exercises Every Hypermobile Golfer Needs
By PFS Fitness
Hypermobile golfers are vulnerable to injury and performance limitations. A common occurrence among young athletes.
How Golfers Can Add More HIIT In The Gym
By Jason Glass
Why golfers are more like sprinters than marathoners and how you can train like one with the Jason Glass Skipping Challenge.
5 Myths About Golf Fitness
By Clinton Shum
Golf fitness is starting to achieve mainstream acceptance, but there are still several myths which keep golfers from turning to the gym for improvement.
15 Lessons Learned From Training Young Athletes
By Milo Bryant
Not enough parents care about movement fundamentals. They want competition or in-sport play. There's a time for that, but athletes need to have a solid grasp of how the body moves and how to make it move better.
Why Golfers Lift Weights: Addressing Trepidation in the Media
Over the last year, several members of the media have expressed concern at the sight of golfers lifting weights. We think their criticism is mostly unfounded and would like to explain why.
Golf's True Competitive Edge
By K.C Craichy
Add the power of Superfood Nutrtion to your game;
The Resurgence of Mike Weir: A Team Approach
Mark Blackburn and Jason Glass share insight into Mike Weir's journey back to the winner's circle.
What Makes Best Teachers “Best”
By JP Reynolds
Not only do great instructors know the physics of the golf swing, but they have the ability to inspire their players to believe that they can do better.
The OODA Loop
By Dave Phillips
How a proven military strategy might apply to golf.
How Lee Westwood changed his Body
By Dave Phillips
Lee Westwood has changed his body dramatically the last two years by working with English Strength and conditioning coach Steve McGregor. Learn some of the key areas that Lee attacked to help change his physic and his game.
The Best Exercises To Increase Clubhead Speed
By Nick Buchan
Nick Buchan polls several top golf fitness experts about their favorite exercises for speed development.
Treating Motor Pattern Dysfunction: Are Your Corrective Exercises Correcting?
By Paul Gozbekian
How do you prepare your body for training, activity and performance? More importantly, how are you dealing with muscle tightness, joint immobility, chronic pain and injury that are limiting your potential in these areas?
No Gym, No Problem: At-Home Training Ideas from the TPI Community
With so many golfers around the world under quarantine, we tried to crowd-source some at-home workouts from health and fitness professionals across our community.
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.
The Distance Debate: How Modern Training Programs May Be An Overlooked Factor
By Ross Eves
A look at how physical training and the influx of elite athletes have influenced the increase in distance on the PGA TOUR.
Tall Kneeling Step Out & Up
By Jason Glass
Jason Glass breaks down the Tall Kneeling Step Out & Up, an exercise that is designed to stimulate your nervous system and develop a more efficient neuromuscular connection to improve rotational athleticism.
Charley Hoffman's Body-Swing Connection
By Lance Gill
Charley Hoffman made his first international team at the 2017 President's Cup. Here's how his swing relates to his physical capabilities.
Why Sprinting is a Key Developmental Exercise for Young Golfers
By Coach Milo
Want to create a better athlete? Create a better sprinter.