Golf is one of the most biomechanically dependent sports in the world. It is critical to get the best out of your game that your body moves in an efficient motion. Mobility and stability patterns are integral to a good golf game to not only make sure you avoid injury but to also improve consistency.
If you are someone who either endures pain playing golf, has a golf-related injury, or just wants to enhance your body’s movement capabilities, you’re the perfect fit for our TPI golf program run by our very own Dr. Keith, who is a trained Titleist Performance Institute practitioner.
A TPI assessment screening process
- A detailed top to toe screening process looking specifically at how you move and control your body. Directly applied and individualized to the golfer and their golf swing.
- Putting both the swing analysis and screening process together your practitioner will go through and relate the both of these to your golf game and golfing goals.
How Does This Work?
Once your golf assessment and screening is finished, the results are used to create a plan unique for that golfer. The plan may include golf specific exercises, coaching of swing mechanics and biomechanics, nutrition, mental strategy or all of the above.
A golfer will see the greatest improvement by surrounding themselves with a team of experts. Similarly, any professional in the golf industry will see their clients benefit most by themselves being part of a network or team of professionals.
Dr. Brassfield believes golfers will benefit the most from a healthy and efficient body. An efficient body creates an efficient and consistent golf swing.
The Titleist Performance Institute
The Titlelist Performance Institute does not believe in one way to swing a club, rather in an infinite number of swing styles. But, we do believe there is one efficient way for every player to swing and it is based on what the player can physically do.
The most efficient swing is not the same for every golfer, because efficiency is unique to their body. To achieve an efficient swing, a golfer must first be screened. This screen involves an assessment of swing mechanics and biomechanics, physical fitness, movement quality, current health and a client history.