The Swing is complicated...
synergy of 69 muscles
less than 1.5 seconds
and a lot of talent
in a good day !
25 of the Top 30
Players in the World
are advised by TPI Expert
Samuel is U.S.A TPI Golf Expert certified
(Titleist Performance Institute)
and has followed many Pros
on European Tour and Asian Tour.
Discover Samuel profile on the official TPI website.
Play Your Best Game
with the Pro Expertise
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 biomechanics, physical fitness, movement quality, current health and a client history.
YOUR UNIQUE PLAN
Once this screen is finished, the results are used to create a plan unique for that golfer.
The plan may include fitness training, physical therapy and treatment, coaching of swing mechanics and biomechanics, nutrition, mental strategy or all of the above.
Some players gain 50 yards just after 1 session !!!
More amplitude, more POWER
Pro Players usually visit us every 2 weeks to stay at the Top. And You ?
AMPLITUDE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRO & AMATEURS
Club head speed
Tiger Woods "Golf magazine"
THE TPI PRO APP DESIGNED TO MAKE THE PHYSICAL SCREENING PROCESS
AS SIMPLE AND FAST AS POSSIBLE
WHAT IS THE FAMOUS TPI SCREEN FROM TITLEIST
USED BY PGA PRO?
It's 16 physical tests and a software that will show you objectively your weak points and how it will disturb your swing in %.
Very often your issue is not technical but physical and you can not notice that.
So if you have a repetitive bad shot, first check your Body. In majority of cases , it's because you compensate a physical restriction: Back, Neck, shoulder, knee...
TPI Expert can easily fix it.
Adjustment of your swing with your "new" functional Body by your favourite Golf instructor
Save your time and your money and play your best game.
COMMON INJURIES FOR PRO & AMATEUR
Wrist / hand 37%
Low back 24%
Wrist / hand 20%
Low back 35%
Limited shoulder motion
during all phases of swing
Lateral torso flexion to right during backsing
Lower extremity motion from foot to hip
Limited cervical rotation during backswing
Limited torso rotation or slow rotation during backswing.
Limited hip motion during all phases of the swing