Junior Golf Training

You can join my junior golf training program designed for boys and girls who are serious about their game

Junior golf training program for strength & power

My Junior golf training program will increase muscular strength and increase club head speed. Stats systems such as Shots to Hole have demonstrated that a golfer’s shot gets closer to the hole as his or her strength level increases. Put simply, getting stronger result in longer drives, closer shots and lower scores for the junior golf athlete.

Off-season and in-season workout programs for the junior golfer

It’s important to work out throughout the year. Your training regimen changes depending on if it is in-season or off-season.

  • Junior golfers off-season workouts tend to be longer and more intense. The idea is to help improve your capacity in preparation for the season.
  • Junior golfers in-season workouts focus on maintenance over making gains. Most of your in-season focus is on playing and practicing on the course.

You still have to spend your time maintaining what you’ve tried to build. Don’t overlook the importance of working out to improve your golf game. Making gains in the gym can help lead to improved play on the course.

Building young golfers on a strong foundation for success through fitness

Junior golfers need to their golf game on a strong foundation

Spending time at the driving range or practicing your putts are just the beginning of improving your golf game. To help lower your score, it can be equally important to develop your physical fitness.

Putting work in at the gym can have a major impact on your performance on the course. It can help improve the speed, power and control of your swing. Golf over the last few years has definitely become more of an athletic endeavor.

Our junior golf program builds you on a strong foundation and will lay the ground work for maximizing talent and lengthening careers. We have the best golf workout programs for junior golfer’s ages 12yrs and up.

Stabilizing your swing with exercises designed for junior golfers

Exercising can help improve the speed and power of your swing. You can also boost your stability. Having stability throughout your swing can help you keep your club on the proper path. What happens at impact is that a lot of people aren’t stable enough and can’t stabilize the right areas of their body to keep that speed going all the way through impact. One way you can help improve your stability is by focusing on your core.

Flexibility training to maximize your width & improve your game
  • Hamstrings, lower and mid back, wrists and arms, trunk and pelvis region, oblique’s…..
Learn the rotational movements that mimic your golf swing
  • Upper and lower body rotations
Balance and stability exercises designed for junior golfers
Develop the balance needed for your stance and swing
  • Use balance boards, single foot drills, balance pillows, Bosu ball
Golf training tools used to improve your swing speed and power

Golf requires strength in a number of muscle groups but, naturally, some areas might benefit from more attention. These can include your core and glutes.

Glutes play a major part in your golf swing. This muscle group is responsible for your power, stability and speed. Working your glutes can help you get more out of your performance with greater distance off contact and improved stability in your stance.

You can’t hit a golf ball far unless you’re connected to the ground. And the only way you do that is to have strong glutes. You can look at the guys and gals that hit the ball furthest right now on tour, they’re some of the strongest, most athletic golfers. And they know what they’re doing. They know how to use the ground properly.

Build your lower body strength for a strong foundation
  • Squats for maximizing lower body strength
  • Stability training for a strong core region
  • Calf raises for lower limbs

Being fit can also keep your golf game in good shape. Putting work in at the gym can help you add yards to your swing that can lead to lower scores.

Upper body strength for swing speed and power
  • Promote push and pull action
  • Dumbbell bench presses, back pulls, lat pull downs, push-ups
Training tools for you to use and create a powerful & explosive golf swing
Power training to combine a powerful and explosive swing
  • Olympic lift and medicine balls and explosive movements and jumps
Speed workouts to work the fast twitch fibers and get the heart rate up
  • Sprints and running form
Use coordination drills and skills for hand-eye coordination
  • Dot drills, contact ball drills, putting blind drill, swing blind drill