Golfers regularly spend as much as £4,000 on a set of clubs, hoping for an extra few metres on their drive. The golf industry generates billions of pounds in sales every year.
Yet, despite all the technological improvements in golf equipment, the average handicap for both males and females hasn’t dropped in the past 16 years.
Fifty-five years ago, golfers were winning tournaments, such as the US Masters Championships, with a score of 279; a score that would win many major tournaments around the world today. So much for golf technology!
What golfers are now discovering is that the clubs don’t play the game, the golfer does! The only way to achieve a lower handicap is to improve the function of the golfer: the person who actually swings the club.
That’s where our CHEK Golf Performance Specialist can help.