Northern New Jersey's Only
Level 3 Certified TPI Golf Fitness Professional
Certifications & Awards
Dir. of Instruction
Knickerbocker Country Club
Alpine, New Jersey
NJPGA Board of Directors
US Kids Top 50 Instructor
Preakness Hills Country Club
Wayne, New Jersey
Head Golf Professional
North jersey Country Club
Wayne, New Jersey
Hackettstown High School Golf Coach
Head Professional Morris County Parks Commission
The Titleist Performance Institute golf fitness evaluation consists of a series of functional screens designed to evaluate the body’s ability or inability to perform an efficient golf swing.
The golfer’s most common injury sites are the low back, shoulder, knee, elbow and wrist. The practice of corrective exercise is designed to address these injuries as well as postural and structural flaws while improving strength, balance and speed.
Golf specific strength and conditioning program focuses on all of the active muscles in your swing, making you solid over the ball, providing greater distance and allowing you to maintain proper positioning for the entire round.
Any golfer, who is serious about improving their game with longer drives, needs to train their muscles for speed and quickness.
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