Most golfers are set in their ways. They’ll play the same course every day, with the same group, with the same tee time in perpetuity. And while we love our home course and our regular companions, the game can often get stale. Tournament golf is a great way to freshen up your routine, see new courses, or burn some downtime on your next business trip. Instead of becoming burnt out by the same old same old every time you hit the course, consider these reasons why you should play in more golf tournaments.
By: Brian Neufeld, GolfTourney.com Contributor There’s nothing worse than hitting a great putt, tracking straight to the hole, and watching it jump two inches offline because it hit an old, unrepaired ball mark. Repairing the damage you cause on the golf course should already be a part of your on-course routine but there is a […]
Part 2: How Balance Plays a Critical Role in Improving Your Score and Preventing Injury By: J.C. Moreau Website: TheStrengthU.com For part two of our installment on performance training for golf we will examine a topic that I personally found somewhat confusing, largely due to my lack of playing experience (and perhaps more importantly ability) […]
How total body strength, structural balance, and conditioning are more sport-specific than any “so-called” golf specific training protocol By: J.C. Moreau Website: TheStrengthU.com As the sports performance field and its impact on the sport of golf continues to expand and grow in the “Tiger era”, trainers and strength and conditioning professionals continue to attempt to […]
Golf Performance Training Part III: One of the two most common “Dysfunctional Syndromes” found in golf athletes and how to correct it. By: J.C. Moreau Website: TheStrengthU.com As we discussed in our last article, when many of thus think of poor balance or “balance training” we revert back to some high wire walking act or standing […]