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Martin Hall has spent over 30 years as a golf professional, having appeared in Golf Magazine Top 100 Teachers list every year since 1997 and the Golf Digest Top 50 since the list began. Martin is the head teaching professional at Ibis and is currently ranked as the number 10 teacher in the USA. Martin's awards include Florida Chapter Teacher of the Year, Florida Section Teacher of the Year and 2008 PGA National Teacher of the Year. He is a Master Professional of PGA of Great Brittan, the Golf Instruction editor for Major Series Magazine, has published 2 books and has been featured in numerous media venues including print, ESPN and PGA Tour Radio the Golf Channel and Golf Channels School of Golf.
Chuck Cook has coached 4 US Open Champions, 3 PGA Champions and players that have won over 60 PGA tour tournaments. Chuck currently coaches Jason Dufner, Luke Donald and Keegan Bradley. His players have also seen success in the amateur arena with 1997 US Amateur Champion, Silvia Cavalleri and 1997 NCAA Champion, Heather Bowie. Chuck is ranked the number six teacher in the US by Golf Digest Magazine and was the 1996 PGA Teacher of the Year as well as the 1984 & 1985 S. Texas PGA Teacher of the Year. He has written over 100 articles published in Golf Digest and was chosen by Golf Magazine as one of their Top 50 and Top 100 Best Teachers in America. In addition to editorials, Chuck is the author of two books: Tips from the Tour and Balanced Golf and was also featured in the Golf Digest video “How to stop your Slice or your Hook”.
Claude Harmon is in the vanguard of the new generation of golf teachers. Steeped in tradition both his grandfather, Claude Harmon, and father Claude “Butch” Harmon Jr., have been the dominant teachers of their generation. The Harmon family pedigree has been the perfect foundation for Claude to build his knowledge of golf instruction. Claude's teaching philosophy and methods have delivered lower scores and better, more repeatable swings for seasoned tour players, celebrities, and amateurs of all abilities. Claude plied his trade and learnt his craft around the world including Scotland, Portugal, Dubai, Macau and various locations across the United States. He worked full time on the European Tour from 2002-2006 traveling around the world coaching some of golf's best players. His past and present students include Adam Scott, Darren Clarke, Trevor Immelman, Graeme McDowell, and Ernie Els. Claude is a TPI Certified Level 3 Golf Fitness Instructor, as well as TPI Level 2 Certified in Biomechanics and Junior Coaching. He is uniquely qualified to apply “new school” teaching concepts in an “old school” fashion.
Don Parsons believes that every person brings a unique mix of talents and abilities to their golf swing and it's his job to use those ingredients to develop the most efficient swing possible. He is a TPI Level 3 Certified Golf Fitness Instructor, a Level 2 Certified Golf Biomechanist and a PGA member. Don received the Southern California PGA Teacher of the Year in 2003 and the Northern Chapter PGA Teacher of the Year in 1998, 2000, 2001 and 2002. Additionally, he was awarded the 2006, 2007 and 2008 Golf Magazine Top Teacher by Region as well as the 2013/2014 Golf Digest Top Teacher in California. In 1992 Taylor Made recognized Don with the PGA Apprentice Scholarship.
Mark Blackburn has always been fascinated by the golf swing. Under the tutelage of golf gurus Mac O'Grady and Chuck Cook early in his career, Mark went on to become Heath Slocum's swing coach in 2009 at Barclays when Heath achieved his victory over Tiger Woods and Steve Sticker. Mark has also worked his swing magic with Boo Weekley, Nathan Green and Spike McRoy. As a featured instructor on Team Titleist and named by Golf Digest as one of the top 20 teachers under 40, Mark was also chosen as a top 100 teacher 2013/2014 by Golf Magazine. Mark runs 2 Blackburn Golf academies in Alabama.
Tyler Ferrell is an expert in both the golf instruction and fitness spaces. He splits his time between coaching golf and designing and implementing exercise programs. He is also the founder of Golf Smart Academy, an online resource for the army of passionate do-it-yourself golfers and coaches alike. For the last 15 years, Tyler has dedicated his time to studying from some of the best in the world. Tyler has completed certification classes through TPI and CHEK (TPI Certifications- Fitness 3, Medical 3, Golf Pro 3, Biomechanics 2, JR 3, C.H.E.K Practitioner Level 3, HLC Level 1) as well as spending countless hours directly with Dr. Greg Rose, and Janet Alexander. This education has elevated him to one of the leaders in practical applications of 3D, specializing in the arm and wrist graphs.
Liam Mucklow is a lifelong passionate golfer whose love for the game has taken him around the globe. His experiences includes: being named the 2014 PGA of Ontario Teacher of the Year, 2014 PGA of Canada Teacher of the Year, competing in the World Long Drive Finals, playing professional golf tours across North America and Asia, working on a PGA Tour Van, being involved in R&D at a golf shaft manufacturer, and of course, coaching.
Joe DiChiara is currently the Co-Director of Education for K-Motion Interactive. He also works with several touring professionals currently on the PGA, European and Asian tours but is nationally recognized for his work developing Juniors into collegiate and professional athletes. He is a TPI Level 3 Junior coach, TPI Level 3 Golf Instructor and Level 2 TPI Golf Coach. He is also a PGA Class “A” member and a K-Motion Interactive Certified Level 3 Biomechanist. Joe currently holds the position of Senior Instructor at the Legacy Golf Performance Center and is the founder of TRUsport. Joe's ongoing success with Juniors contributed to his being named as one of the top 50 national golf instructors by US Kids Golf on 3 separate occasions as well as the New Jersey PGA Junior Golf Leader in 2011.
John Dunigan is a PGA Master Professional with over 30 years of coaching experience. Working mainly with competitive golfers from juniors to professionals, John's focus is on helping his clients walk the four steps to mastering The Essential Skills of Golf. John was named Philadelphia PGA Section Junior Golf Leader in 2012 and Teacher of the Year in 2008. He has written two books, Essential Golf and The Secret of the Golf Swing and produced 3 DVD programs: Slice Buster, Professional Impact, and High Performance Putting.
Jason Floyd has coached players to victories on the US PGA Tour, European Tour, the European Challenge Tour and the Asia Tour. In recognition of his work, the PGA of Great Britain awarded Jason the prestigious status of Advanced PGA Professional in 2008 and PGA Fellow Professional in 2012. He currently owns 3 golf academies in Spain. The third academy: the Jason Floyd International Junior Golf Academy is the first of its kind in Europe, where junior golfers receive a first class academic education in addition to their advanced golf development programs. For many years Jason has enjoyed a strong association with Titleist as he is TPI certified and is a staff advisory instructor.
Tim Suzor is a Class A PGA Golf Professional who is trained and certified across a wide spectrum of mental and physical disciplines. His ability to improve a player’s total golf performance is due, in large part, to his knowledge of bio-mechanics, neuroscience, 3D-motion analysis, club fitting and fitness training. Voted one of America’s Top Instructors, Tim’s players have won at every level including College DI, LPGA and PGA Tour. He served for 10 years as the Director of Instruction at the Marriott Camelback Golf Club, which was where he started his first Kinetic Golf Academy. He later co-founded Kinetic Golf 360 an indoor performance center designed to integrate all aspects of golf including instruction,club fitting, fitness, physical therapy and mental performance. Tim has been with KVEST since inception as both a certification director and Director of Business development. He now serves as CEO of THINQ Sports, an online company that coaches all aspects of the mental game. Tim graduated from Ferris State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and an emphasis on Professional Golf Management.

"Athletes need objective tools to measure and improve performance and if I can be part of technology companies that deliver that experience, then I have fulfilled my obligations as a performance coach, CEO and Advisory Board member" Tim Suzor
Paul Kenney is responsible for developing the golf education for the K-VEST Certification program. Paul became a PGA Professional in 1997 and has always focused on the latest in technology and education to take his players to the next level. He was a certified instructor at the David Leadbetter Golf Academy and assisted David in coaching a variety of PGA tour players such as Nick Faldo, Nick Price, Ernie Els, Bernhard Langer, Mark O'Meara and Charles Howell. Paul is a Level 3 TPI Certified Golf Professional and Level 2 Junior Coach and is Flexor Fitness Certified. Paul is currently the Teaching Professional at Rockrimmon CC in Stamford, CT.
Ron Gring was selected by Golf Magazine as one of its Top 100 teachers for 8 consecutive years from 2003 to 2010. He is one of only 13 Doctorate Level Instructors of Homer Kelley's – The Golfing Machine and has received the following certifications: Paul Chek's Golf Biomechanics Intensive, TPI Fitness Instructor Level 3, TPI Golf Instructor Level 3, and TPI Junior Golf Instructor Level 2. He was named the PGA Teacher of the Year from the Golf Coast Chapter, Dixie Section in 1990, 1996 and again in 2003. Ron has also been an integral part of the success of PGA Tour Players: Joe Durant, Kenny Perry and Jerry Pate.
Adam Schriber has coached winners on the PGA, Web.com, European, Japanese, Asian, Australian and Canadian Tours. He currently coaches Anthony Kim and Jim Renner on the PGA tour and Casey Wittenberg and Randall Hutchison on the Web.com tour. Adam was the former Director of Instruction USA for the David Leadbetter Golf Academies and currently teaches at the Lockenheath Golf Club when in Michigan. He trains 12 full-time players who all share the same goal of winning on the PGA Tour. Throughout his career, Adam has coached 5 first time participants to the Masters, 4 first time winners on the PGA Tour and 4 first time winners on the Web.com tour. His players have the largest distance gain on the PGA tour in back to back years and he has coached both the Men's and Women's winners at the US Public Links. Adam has coached two different players from the time they were Juniors into the top ten in the world as professionals, including Anthony Kim from age 14 and Candie Kung from age 16 who both made to #6 in the world rankings. He has also coached both the boys and girls AJGA player of the year.
John Scott Rattan brings a unique understanding of what it takes to prepare and compete at all levels of golf. He has drawn on his unique set of personal experiences as a player, from collegiate golf at the University of Tennessee, a nationally ranked amateur, and golf as a professional to give his students expert guidance on what it takes to reach their goals in the game. He has also worked with many top teachers in the game, coached at two Division 1 collegiate programs and studied under the brightest and most innovative coaches in the country to further shape his holistic teaching approach, where he prides himself with the ability to create and build positive relationships with his students. This approach includes consistent use of K-VEST 3D and 6D to gather data, formulate a game plan and practice program to help his students achieve their goals. As a result, his students have qualified for PGA Tour and USGA events and have won tournaments at the local, regional and national levels. He currently is a Teaching Professional at Bethesda Country Club in Maryland.
Rock Wu is an expert in sport science and golf club tuning specialists. Rock is also founder of Sunshine Plus Ltd., RockPro Golf, and ARESO Golf GmbH; specializing assessing physical assessment, golf club characteristics and relation to performance.

Rock consults with some of the best players from Asia, including players from the PGA Tour, web.com, LPGA, European Ladies Tour, Asian Tour, One Asia and PGA Tour China. Rock also is the Director of Education in Greater China for K-VEST, BodiTrak ALINE, Eyeline, Mitchell Golf and SAM Puttlab.

Rock has worked world class athletes at the Olympic level at the National Center of Chinese Taipei. Involved with 7 different teams, and accumulated over 11 gold medals from the past Asian Games. Adding another two gold medals from his work with one of top player from 2014 Asian Game Men's Golf individual and team.

Rock's background is in sport science with PhD (c) in sport biomechanics from National Taiwan Normal University. Rock is also certified PMP, MBA, M.Sc and numerous other certifications like TPI Level 3, Level 3 K-VEST, Puttlab, Mitchell, Trackman, FMS, Trackman, BodiTrak.

Rock is golf club engineer and has accumulated hundreds of developments with top golf OEM companies from new materials, club mechanics, club engineering, to product/conceptual design. Projects that have won Gold & Silver on Hot List, Golf Digest.

This combination makes Rock one of the leading experts in knowing the correlation between the body kinematics and the club.

Medical Advisors

Michael Voight PT, DHSc, SCS, OCS, ATC, CSCS, FAPTA

Dr. Michael Voight has had a distinguished career as both an educator and clinical physical therapist for over 25 years. Throughout his career he has not only become one of the leading authorities in the rehabilitation of orthopedic and sports injuries, he has worked tirelessly to advance the knowledge of others as a clinician and educator by making significant contributions to the literature. Dr. Voight is also recognized as a Certified Athletic Trainer and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.

Presently, Dr. Voight is a tenured professor with Belmont University’s School of Physical Therapy in Nashville TN. He also holds a position of Adjunct Associate Professor in the Vanderbilt School of Medicine – Department of Orthopedics. In addition to working in academia, Dr. Voight is also recognized as a clinician of the highest caliber, and has worked with a number of high-profile athletic organizations. Throughout his career, Dr. Voight has served as a Team Physical Therapist in the NFL and NBA. In addition, Dr. Voight has consulted with various teams in MLB, NHL and the MLS. Early in his career he became active within the United States Olympic Committee's Sports Medicine Division. He has worked at the Olympic Training Center, Olympic Festivals, Pan Am Games, Olympic Games, and has had the opportunity to travel to almost all of the different continents with various Olympic and national teams. Throughout his career, he has been very active in developing clinical functional movement assessments for both prevention of injury and evaluation of injury. These clinical systems are recognized internationally as one standard for evaluating movement. As one of the co-founders of the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), his passion for assessing and training the human movement system continues to evolve as he was recently appointed by the APTA Board of Directors to the APTA movement system task force. In this role, Dr. Voight will work with the task force and APTA to further define the human movement system and develop a framework for promoting and integrating the concept of the human movement system into physical therapy practice, education, and research.

Dr. Voight has lectured extensively at various conferences, symposiums, and congresses both nationally and internationally having given over 750 professional presentations on a variety of orthopedic and sports medicine topics. Dr Voight holds a senior teaching position for the North American Institute of Sports Physical Therapy (www.rehabeducation.com). Dr. Voight is a principle reviewer for the prestigious American Journal of Sports Medicine and actively resides on the editorial boards of several different journals. He played an instrumental role in the development of the North American Journal of Sports Physical Therapy and is currently the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. He has authored over 75 papers, textbook chapters on various topics, and has written three textbooks on functional exercise. During his career, he has been award the Distinguished Educator Award from the Sports Physical Therapy Section three times making him the only person to have been presented this award multiple times and in 2010 he was presented with the inaugural SPTS “Lifetime Excellence in Education Award”. Outside of the classroom, he still maintains a clinical practice specializing in orthopedic and sports related injuries particularly with PGA tour players. His role with the advisory board of the Titleist Performance Institute allows him to consult on the prevention, evaluation, and treatment of golf injuries with many noted golf professionals.

Dr. Voight is a clinician, educator, and researcher who is regarded by his peers as one of the leading musculoskeletal physical therapists in the world. In 1997, he was presented the Sports Physical Therapy Section’s (SPTS) distinguished service award for his dedication to service. In 2008, he was presented the President’s award for his career of service to the SPTS and was also presented the prestigious Ron Peyton award for career achievement. In 2010, Dr. Voight was elected into the SPTS Hall of Fame for a lifetime of excellence in sports physical therapy. His many accomplishments were again validated in 2011 when the American Physical Therapy Association presented Dr. Voight with their highest honor, naming him a Fellow of the APTA. He remains extremely active in patient care, education, and research activities and his lectures are both well attended and receive excellent reviews based upon his innovative presentation of the scientific evidence and the interactive fun approach to teaching.
Dr. Greg Rose is a board certified Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine, holds an engineering degree and is the co-founder of the Titleist Performance Institute. Greg uses 3D biomechanics, strength and conditioning, nutritional supplementation and therapeutic exercise to assess and treat golfers. He is an expert on the human body, helping to pioneer the field of analyzing 3D motion capture models of the golf swing, helping golf professionals around the world improve their game. His research based functional training combined with golf specific motor learning drills make Greg one of golf's top strength and conditioning professionals. Greg frequently appears on the Golf Channel as part of TPI's weekly show and has lectured in over 21 countries, making Greg one of the most requested speakers in golf health and fitness.
Dr. Robert J. Butler, DPT, PhD is a clinical scientist and teaches at Duke University School of Medicine. His area of expertise is in clinical biomechanics. His research is focused on the role of functional movement outcomes in identifying and addressing movement dysfunction as it relates to reducing injury risk, improving therapeutic outcomes, and reducing the rate of joint degeneration. Dr. Butler works closely with health care professionals and researchers in Duke Orthopedics and Duke Sports Medicine to establish inter-disciplinary standards for optimizing patient outcomes. He has presented at national and international conferences, is published in rehabilitation and biomechanical journals and serves as a movement based outcomes consultant for orthopedic and sports medicine groups worldwide.
Dr. Cheong Kim earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy from Loma Linda University. He is also the owner of Fit Forever Physical Therapy in Los Angeles CA and Smashee Junior Golf Center in Seoul, Korea. Cheong is certified as a TPI Medical Professional Level 3 and Junior Level 2 and has trained and evaluated golfers on the Asian Tour, Korea PGA, LPGA and KLPGA tours. Cheong is the lead instructor for all TPI Certification seminars in Korea and teaches both balance and vestibular rehabilitation at Korean Universities.
Jon Rhodes, DPT is the owner of Rhodes Physical Therapy, in Farmington, Utah. After working for big corporations for most of his career, his long time dream of owning his own private practice happened in April of 2016.

Jon attended Brigham Young University where he received a Bachelors degree in Exercise Physiology. He earned a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Colorado. He then furthered his education by earning a Masters of Business Administration from Troy State University with an emphasis on marketing. He completed a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Regis University in 2009.

Jon is certified by the Titleist Performance Institute in Medical Level 3, Biomechanics level 2, and Junior Coach level 3. His current clients include Senior PGA tour golfer Bruce Summerhays, the men's and women's golf team at Brigham Young University, ranked in the top 10 nationally, the golf team at Weber State University, and some of the best amateur golfers in the state. Jon started the Crown Junior Golf Club with two golf professionals in 2009 following the outline from the Titleist Junior Performance Center. He is currently the Vice President of the Golf SIG of the Sports Section of the APTA. He serves on the advisory board for the ALINE company, and the K-Vest company, both specializing in golf fitness and rehab products.

Jon also works with the Golf Lab in Salt Lake City, a state of the art teaching facility in which he utilizes 3-D motion capture technology to help golfers achieve their potential and design exercise programs to help with flexibility and stability.

Jon's speaking experience includes two of the last three Combined Sections Meetings of the American Physical Therapy Association in Chicago, and Las Vegas, the World Golf Fitness Summit in Orlando, 2010, and 2012. He also spoke at the Fall Conference of the Utah APTA 2013, and again at the Spring Conference 2014. Jon is a graduate of the Thomas Plummer speakers school in 2012.
Cory Puyear As a licensed physical therapist and certified strength and conditioning specialist, Cory has dedicated his career to understanding the biomechanics, manual therapy, rehabilitation and restorative exercise as they relate to golf. Cory has appeared on The Golf Channel as a golf fitness expert and has worked closely with top 100 PGA teaching professionals including Pat Goss, Todd Sones, Jim Suttie, Rick Smith, and Jim Flick. Cory currently has clientele playing on the PGA, Champions, Nationwide, LPGA and Futures tours. Cory is certified as a golf fitness instructor - Med level 3 Junior Level 3, Fitness Professional level 2 and Golf Biomechanist level 2 through the Titleist Performance Institute and is K-VEST certified level 2. Cory's understanding of 3D biomechanics and golf-specific functional training make him one of the game's top performance specialists.
Dr. Mark J. Smith holds a Bachelor of Science in PE and Sports Science, a Masters degree in Exercise and Sport Science a doctorate in Physiology and many other certifications, including TPI training and in mathematics. In addition to his positions at Corrective Wellness, MyMedicalMeals.com and Colorado State University, Dr. Smith has held his own practice at The Spa & Sports Center at Mission Hills. He has played first grade rugby in both the UK and US, is an accomplished calligrapher, skier and tennis player, has appeared on the Golf Channel with TPI's founders Dr. Greg Rose and Dave Phillips and is now a TPI Advisory Board Member and lectures for their certification seminars.
Dr. Harry Sese is one of the world's top Golf Injury & Performance Specialists. Also known as “The Golfing Doc”, he owns and operates GOLFLETICA in Seattle, WA, specializing in sports injury rehabilitation and prevention, biomechanics, corrective exercises, and functional training. Dr. Sese works and travels with professional athletes on the PGA Tour, PGA Tour Canada, Web.com, LPGA, and other various sports. He contributes a monthly editorial in Golf Today Northwest and an instructor for the Titleist Performance Institute. Besides golf, Dr. Sese is a 6th Dan Master Instructor in Taekwondo, a former Canadian National Champion and a U.S. Open medalist. He is the Medical Director and Team Doctor for the World Taekwondo Federation of BC, Canada. He is also co-founder of the Martial Arts Performance Coach, an elite performance certification program for world's top martial arts coaches and athletes.
David Ostrow has been a physical therapist for more than 22 years in addition to his role at CEO at Fit Golf. His clinical system: Body Balance for Performance, helps golfers deal with issues that cause dysfunction, pain and golfing challenges by leveraging neuro-developmental, functional movement, biomechanical and orthopedic disciplines. David has published articles in PGA Magazine, Golf Illustrated, Advance Magazine and newspapers across the US. He is a professor of Golf Illustrated University, where he authored courses on Injury Prevention in Golf and is involved in research on the body and the golf swing with several top 100 teachers, including work at MIT. Along with 3 PGA professionals, David also co-authored the book The Body and the Golf Swing, which is used to teach PGA Teaching Professionals.

Fitness Advisors

Lance Gill is the Head Athletic Trainer at the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) in Oceanside, California. His TPI certifications include: Medical Professional Level 3, Fitness Professional Level 3, Golf Professional Level 3, Biomechanics Level 2 and Junior Player Development Level 2. Lance is also TPI's Director of Player Development and an Instructor for the Golf Fitness Academy and the Golf Chanel. He received his Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology from Shenandoah University in Winchester, Virginia, and went on to earn a Masters in Sports Medicine from the University of Pittsburgh; where he worked in the NMRC (Neuromuscular Research Lab) funded in part by Greg Norman. Lance was also one of the lead diagnosticians at Clubgolf Performance Center in Washington DC for over 4 years.
Jason Glass is one of the world's top Golf Strength & Conditioning Specialists. He owns and operates Tour Performance Lab and Kinetica Golf Performance in Vancouver BC; specializing in training rotary athletes, biomechanics, physical assessments and functional strength training. He is a Strength and Conditioning consultant for professional athletes from the PGA Tour, European Tour, Nationwide Tour and LPGA. He is also the head strength and conditioning coach for the Canadian National Team. In addition to his role as head of the Titleist Performance Institutes Fitness Advisory Board, Jason is a professional speaker and lead presenter for TPI. Jason has been featured on the Golf Channel, Golf Canada Magazine and CBC Sports, and has his own TPI TV show “The Jason Glass Performance Lab”. I have been with K-VEST for many years and am amazed by their tireless efforts to constantly improve their product and create educational platforms to help their customers succeed.
Jason Meisch is the co-founder of Peak Golf Fitness and is a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC). Jason is currently working with and consulting for players on the PGA, LPGA, Canadian and Web.com tours. He is currently providing 3D evaluations and consultations for 5 Top-100 instructors as well as the International Junior Golf Academy. Jason is a TPI Level 3 Golf Medical Professional and golf Biomechanist. His expertise is in rehabilitation, injury prevention, and using 3D and physical assessments to reduce pain/injury in order to maximize a player's performance. He has worked with many collegiate teams performing strength and conditioning and provided customized fitness programs for beginning golfers, juniors, and the average weekend warrior. Jason also runs a Junior Performance Academy (ages 5-18) in the Washington DC area designed to help golfers become athletes and athletes become golfers. Jason holds a BS in Athletic Training and MS in Exercise Science.
Deanna Zenger is a Golf Industry Executive, Industry Advisor for the Federal Government of Canada and Executive Director of the Association of Golf Fitness Professionals. Deanna is an international educator, motivational speaker, movement & anatomy specialist, published author and business marketing guru. Deanna has developed an international community of movement specialists, medical therapists, and golf teaching professionals with the goal of providing continuing education for those working with golfers, growing the game of golf worldwide, and preventing injury. She is constantly testing the boundaries and use of the K-VEST in functional movement for the betterment of golf and all sport. K-VEST is an integral part of her teaching. Even with her busy schedule, as part of our Advisory Board, Deanna always makes time to answer any questions instructors may have.
Ryan Steenberg, owner of FORE Performance in Rochester, NY (est. June 2010) serves as the premier golf performance center in Western, NY for the golfer of all ages and skill levels. Steenberg’s path to golf fitness began with 10 years of education and experience in the development of human movement paired with the highest level of certification in golf fitness from the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) and the Nike NG360 program. Steenberg’s proven progressive approach to physical enhancement is a fully integrated trifecta of traditional strength and conditioning principles, new age functional training methods and coordinated rotational pattern training. There is no “box” in Steenberg’s approach as he consistently pushes the envelope of golf performance through consistent experimentation and ingenuity. Since its inception, Steenberg and the FORE Performance team have aided in the development of a NY state champion and a runner up, junior champions, sectional champions and numerous NCAA Division 1, 2, 3 collegiate athletes. One of which became the youngest player ever to qualify and play in the US Amateur Championship. Through a new relationship with Golf Magazine’s Top 100 instructor Adam Schreiber, Steenberg has been able to take his methods beyond the bounds of Upstate New York to players across the country. Working closely with Schreiber, Steenberg consults with the body and the swing to effectively analyze the specific needs of each player and to design performance programs accordingly.
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