Off Season Golf Program
Come out to see me at Otter Creek Golf Course to keep your game sharp and work on your fundamentals and fine tune your setup and swing in the warm indoor climate of the golf studio. I have a high speed video camera, the simulator, and the new Foresight Sports launch monitor to help evaluate how changes in your technique can improve your ball flight, your game and your confidence!
Let's get together soon, and re-evaluate your season and make a plan you can do during the winter months. You really can make improvements during the off season! This is your opportunity to start your next golf season right out of the gate, with lower scores and longer drives. You won’t have to “work your way” into the season, you’ll be like a primed athlete ready to bust loose in the spring!
Golf Swing Training
What flaws in your golf swing that resulted in consistent mishit shots? Now is the time to diagnose the root cause and apply golf swing training drills to correct it. You can do many of these drills right in your home, garage or even your office with a golf club and a mirror.
Repetitive drill training for your golf swing will encourage your muscles to produce the correct technique, so when you get out on the range and come to the club to play or practice, you can actually feel the right way to swing your golf club.
Off Season Strength Training Program
Like in any other sport, athletes will spend their off season strengthening the specific muscles used in the mechanics of their sport…why wouldn’t you, if you want to improve your golf swing? I’m not talking about grueling gym workouts that break your body and take 2 hours to complete. I’m talking about simple golf strength exercises specfic to your swing you can do in your home in just a few minutes each day…and they are fun to do!
Off Season Golf Stretching Program
This is a BIGGY! As golfers get older, they lose a tremendous amount of golf specific flexibility, which results in a massive reduction in driving distance and even golf swing consistency. The ONLY way to stop this decline and regain the distance you’ve lost is a golf swing specfic stretching program. You will be absolutely amazed at the freedom you’ll get in your golf swing if you just do a few simple stretches each day. By this time next spring, you’ll be crushing the ball long and straight.
Your Off Season Golf Training Program Is A Must
Call me anytime at 812-344-4109 or email me anytime at email@example.com and I will be happy to help you get on your way to better golf!
There are many students who come to me for help with their golf swing, and I am honored that they do. But there are many golfers who come to me with problems in their game and insist that their swing is the trouble, and for many - the way they are hitting the ball is a fundamental problem in their game, and we get to work on that when it's necessary. But many describe their games to me, and it quickly becomes obvious to me that there are many parts of their game that we need to address.
There are many of the golfers that I work with that we spend a large amount of time with their short game shots, their decision making on the course, especially the decisions they make around the greens and how that affects their score. We also spend a good bit of time with their putting to make sure that they get rid of the dreaded three-putt.
No matter who I get to work with, we spend time saving strokes in every way, especially keeping their emotions under control so they can play at their emotional and mental peak, and their decision - making processes so they match what they truly can do under pressure.
This means to many of the golfers that I work with that we are evaluating what their skiils are, play within themselves and then get to work on the skills and shots that they dont own yet.
Do yourself a favor - take some time to look at yourself in all aspects of your game, be brutally honest with yourself, and learn exactly where you can improve - I'll bet you that it's not always your swing.
- Do you frequently feel that new equiptment will help you?
- Do you decide to get properly get fit for equipment then change from it a few months later because you got bit by the "I have to have new sticks so I can talk about them" bug?
- When is the last time you have changed your putter, irons, woods, or driver? How many drivers have you had in the last 3 years?
- How long does a club stay playable in your bag before you decide that it isnt the right one anymore?
- Are you constantlyseeking the new "tour" shafts?
- Do you miss the center of the face (hit it all over the face - or just on the toe) and blame the club?
If the above questions expose you, then it is time to come to grips with the fact that you can't buy a game and you must spend time correctring the parts of your game that need work. No one gets fundamentally better without practicing the correct way for them.
It is important understand that the best players dont change equipment until it has bee PROVEN to them that a different club would actually be better for them.
Golf is challenging enough without constant change. Every player needs some familiarity and to have a beleif in his equipment. Constant change erodes confidence, and each one of us needs as much confidence in our games as we can get. Think before you spend.