The PURSUE Golf Program combines our top tier standard of physical therapy and the industry-leading Titlesit Performance Institute (TPI) approach to the body- swing connection to help improve posture, range of motion, and your swing, so you can play pain free and extend the life of your game.
Did you know the swing of an amateur golfer produces shearing forces on the spine up to 8x your body weight? Not only will we improve your pain and range of motion, this will carry over and improve your golf swing and reduce stress on your body. On the course, this will translate to longer, more accurate shots, the ability to play longer and pain free, as well as improve strength when playing.
What is TPI?
In 2003, Titleist decided to invest heavily in researching how the human body interacts with the golf swing by creating The Titleist Performance Institute (TPI). TPI’s mission is to educate golfers and golf industry professionals on the Body-Swing Connection, or showing how a player’s physical limitations can adversely affect their play or lead to injury. Essentially, TPI’s purpose is to determine what “golf fitness” is and how it relates to the golf swing.
What are the Benefits & Who Can Benefit From
Currently, TPI-certified medical, fitness and golf professionals have supported 19 of the last 20 major tournament winners, 25 of the top 30 players in the world and the winners of 52 of the last 63 PGA tour events. While the PGA tour stats are great, Titleist also wants to help the amateur golfer enjoy the game more and be able to play more golf.
Almost 70% of golfers report that they play with lower back pain. Juniors and ladies pick up the game less frequently. The number of rounds of golf being played annually in the U.S. has continued to decline and more players have left the game due to injury or frustration. TPI is Titleist’s attempt to fix these problems.
Your physical ability directly affects your ability to swing and hit a golf ball successfully, consistently.
TPI Movement Analysis: The Body- Swing Connection
Using 16 movement patterns that correlate to the golf swing, we are able to assess how your physical limitations negatively affect your golf game and lead to injuries.
Manual Therapy and Golf Specific Exercises
Orthopedic Manual Therapy is perfect for treating golf injuries, eliminating pain and improving range of motion. Combined with exercise to maintain and develop strength to add distance to your game!
We have an in-office simulator so we can immediately track your progress and improve your swing after a rehab session.