Golf Injury Certification Program

The Golf Injury Certification Program has been designed for the doctor who wants to establish and grow a referral relationship with the PGA instructors in their community. The PGA instructors are working with hundreds of golf students who are not physically fit or conditioned to play golf golf. It is difficult for instructors to teach golf to students who present for lessons with postural instability, structural weakness and poor flexibility. Before long, students become frustrated and perhaps injured.

“I’ve been teaching golf for more than 20 years. I can honestly say that lack of proper golf-specific fitness and conditioning has been responsible of over 50% of every poor golf swing.”

-Gary G. Setting, PGA, Northern Chapter, SCPGA
2005 Golf Professional of the Year

The Golf Injury Certification Program is designed for you to be able to cross-train your medical expertise with PGA instructors. In addition, you will learn how you can set up and co-teach preventative workshops on golf fitness and conditioning with the PGA instructors in your community.

Day 1: 10:00am - 06:00pm
Swing Analysis. Are your patients at risk of injury when they swing a golf club? Each student is videotaped at the driving range. Workshop format in the identification and correction protocols specific to all three phases of the swing analysis Key Points. You will learn communication protocols regarding abnormal swing mechanics with PGA instructors. Short game workshop and training technique for putting, chipping and sand traps.

Day 2: 10:00am - 06:00pm
Barriers to Performance. An in-depth look at the golf-specific physical, postural, structural and functional examination of golf patients. Correction protocols for failed findings are applied in workshop format to seminar students. Training for Golf - The 9-Hole Playing Lesson. Learn how to apply the 3 Key Points of swing mechanics under playing conditions.

Day 3: 08:00am - 02:00pm
Strength and Power for Golf. Learn the training secrets of the pros for hitting longer and more powerful golf shots. Understand how to identify and neutralize environ-mental barriers to performance (allergens, nutrition, dehydration). Learn to communicate and how to generate new patient referrals from the PGA instructors in your community. Certification Examination.

“No other seminar I know prepares you to attract new patients from a pool of over 27,000,000 Americans who enjoy playing golf.”

-Dr. Robert Argylean, Past President, CCA

Fee: $645

Pre-requisite for attendance: 08-hours of Basic Training at a live seminar or completion of the On-Line Basic and Intemediate Training Course at

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