Whether you want to maximize swing efficiency, develop more power & flexibility, consistently create distance & accuracy, correct muscle imbalances, improve physical conditioning, or decrease the risk of injury our team of experts provide you with a personalized approach.
Your body is the ultimate piece of golf equipment! However, any physical limitations, will lead to an inefficient golf swing, injury and a less than optimal golf game.
We are proud to offer the proven Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) –”Elite Golf Performance Program” (www.mytpi.com)
“We don’t believe there is one way to swing a club; we believe there are an infinite number of ways to swing a club. But we do believe that there is one efficient way for all golfers to swing a club and it is based on what they can physically do.”
Here is what Scott Dickson, Head Golf Pro at Royal Montreal Golf Club, had to say about training @ S.P.O.R.T. Specialists:
“I have witnessed more people improve their golf swing, range of motion, club head speed and quality of impact conditions through physical training, faster than taking a golf lesson. Physical training allows them to improve on their one and only engine, their body, which opens them up to a world of possibilities when it comes to improving their golf. Combining personal training in the gym with quality golf coaching in my opinion is truly the only way one can reach their golf potential.
These days, by not having time to play or practice, my training program has allowed me to get into the swing of things faster. Usually when I start off without warming up, I feel stiff, my neck and hips are tight and my overall body just does not seem ready to move athletically. Through my training and an improved overall physical condition, I now perform better, right from the very start of the round and all the while avoiding injury.
So once again, I’m a big believer that you become a better golfer by first having a physical assessment, then specific golf physical training, then playing more golf and finally with a qualified PGA of Canada instructor, having supervised practice while practicing challenging drills and competitions as opposed to simply working on your golf swing… there is always a time and place to work on your technique but only at the right time and right place.”