Improve Your Golf Game by Improving the Golfer: FREE Golf Performance Talk

“Muscle imbalances could be hampering your swing, causing injuries and lowering your performance,” says Duncan Reeve, golf performance specialist and co-Founder of Peak Of Wellbeing.

Duncan has been rehabilitating and conditioning golfers for the past 12 years improving the golfer’s game by improving the golfer’s body.

Through years of training golfers, this CHEK Practitioner has found that the majority of male golfing clients lack significant flexibility in the low back and hips. He explains how this causes inconsistency in your game because of the commonly seen excessive ‘sideways’ hip shift in the back swing. This often leads to ‘hooking’ and ‘slicing’ shots.

 

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“Due to lack of mobility in the lower back, excessive movements are often seen and can result in pain or injury in the wrist, elbow, shoulder and neck. In fact the number 1 injury among male golfers is low back pain 53%, followed by elbow pain 24%. The number 1 injury among female golfers is back pain 45%, followed by elbow pain 27%.”

(from The frequency of Golf injuries’. 1996 Clinics in sports Medicine)

 

“How frustrating it can be to miss time on the golf course or have your game affected by niggling back pain,” relates Duncan Reeve.

“Since working with Duncan, I have been able to eradicate my excessive hip sway, allowing a more complete swing. I have more energy and I am now playing my most consistent golf ever and have reduced my handicap considerably,” says Nick Chiswell, Henley Golf Club member.

 

Through clinical experience of working with female golfers, Duncan has discovered that most women benefit from increased stability and strength in the low back and hips. This means less chance of injury for female golfers and increased shot distance.

 

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The ‘Whole In One’ system of golf conditioning develops optimal, biomechanical and neuromechanical relationships in a golfer’s body. This allows for effective transfer of learning, improved swing consistency and the ability to play the best possible golf. Simply put by Duncan “improve the body, improve the golf!”

 

On Thursday evening, June 28th at 18.30 come to hear Duncan Reeve talk on:

  • How simple it is to increase your flexibility
  • Learn how you can add meters to your drives
  • How to improve consistency, energy and lower your scores

Where? Let’s Golf Indoor Centre,  Rue de l’industrie 49 CH-1030 Bussigny.

Cost?  FREE of charge – but you must register in advance.

How?  e-mail Duncan or call 0041 78 893 23 83

For more information about the FREE Golf Performance Talks CLICK HERE

 

See you there!

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Troy Vayanos May 26, 2012

No question a more flexible body will greatly enhance the golf swing. I also think most golfers don’t spend nearly enough time warming up and stretching before they tee off.

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Tommy Priest May 30, 2012

That is very true. This program though can really help increase flexibility – I’m following it and it helps a lot.

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Susan June 22, 2012

This sounds right to me. I have less trouble than my husband except he still plays a better game than I do. I think I will get him to stretch and try to make his back more flexible before we play. I enjoyed reading this post and I think that you have brought a bit of light to why my husband feels the way he does about his game.

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Tommy Priest July 11, 2012

Stretching and warm-ups before you play is very important.
Thanks for your comment

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