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Golf Performance

Efficiently swinging the golf club creating consistent shots throughout the whole course.

There are a lot of different ways to swing a golf club. The best golfers are those who swing the club efficiently using their physical ability.

In our Golf Performance Programme it is our mission to improve your physical ability to swing the club efficiently and consistently.

Holly Calvert

Peter has a great understanding of the importance of doing training programs in stages and their periodisation. This understanding I feel, to any professional player is of the upmost importance a) to avoid injury b) to build the correct foundations early and c) making sure the exercises you are doing correspond with where you are at in the season.

HOLLY CALVERT Ladies European Access Series

Peter's background in Scientific core and back training gives him a strong understanding of how physical pain can be decreased dramatically through movement and postural awareness.

Certified as a Titleist Performance Institute Golf Fitness Trainer Peter uses his experience and knowledge gained from other courses to put together a unique programme to improve golf fitness whilst dramatically reducing pain.

Everybody wants more power in their golf swing to hit the ball further BUT with great power comes great responsibility.

When you want to improve your golf, it's best to see a certified golf fitness trainer. Uneducated trainers focus too soon on developing POWER and actually cause injuries. It is crucial that you are grounded and stable in order to support your power. After all, you can’t fire a canon from a canoe.

Ask any good golfer what’s needed to play good golf and they will reply that the following factors are key:

  • Clubface alignment
  • Swing path
  • Angle of attack or impact
  • Speed

Your own body generates each and every one of these factors. Golf is often seen as laid back and relaxing, while in all honesty, it is very demanding on the body. Golfers need to start treating themselves as athletes. If you want to be accurate and consistent throughout a full game of golf, your body needs to be ready for that challenge. The high rate of injuries among golfers is mostly due to the fact that their body isn’t ready for the high demanding task of playing golf. Low back, elbow and wrist injuries are very common amongst golfers. From a biomechanical point of view it all makes sense. To be able to swing a golf club you need an optimal, structural, alignment or the body starts to compensate for any mobility, flexibility or other movement issues.


The success formula to hit longer drives, play pain free and lower your handicap.

Mobility, muscle balance
and flexibility

  • Increased mobility provides more movement which leads to a smoother and less demanding golf swing.
  • Muscle balance allows you to address the ball safer, protecting you from injuries.
  • More flexibility allows you to load your backswing more and release the downswing with greater range of movement.

Static and dynamic
postural stability

  • Static postural stability allows you to keep your spine and joints nicely aligned in the address position.
  • Dynamic postural stability is incredibly important during a game of golf as it provides you with safety, protecting you from injuries and it is the groundwork that allows you to swing powerfully.


  • Strength is, rightfully so, one of the most important but often overlooked components of a great golfer.
  • People often think that you don’t have to be strong in order to play golf. Strong muscles are the great secret to avoid injuries.
  • Strength is an essential catalyst to endurance. Research shows that many golfers decline after the 9th hole. It is important that you respect the body’s need for strength and strength endurance.


  • Power is strength expressed with respect for time. The more powerful you are, the faster your club head speed will be.
  • Speed can only improve when you are able to generate more power through the club.
  • Your power is intimately related to the strength in the working muscles. Therefor, we can skip the first 3 steps if we want to create a healthy, powerful golf swing.
  • Trying to skip the previous steps will lead to injuries in muscles, tendons and joints.


In the last six months I have reduced my handicap from 10 to 7 and the work done with Peter has played a big part in that improvement.


I feel so balanced and strong over the ball and I'm certain it's down to the Golf Performance sessions with Peter. It just makes sense that if you pay attention to the component muscles of the golf swing you will get stronger and therefor strike the ball cleaner. The problem is I don't want any of my playing partners to find out, which is not good for your business.


I was recommended to see Peter by my chiropractor because it was felt I needed to improve my core and lower back strength. Hearing he was also a qualified golf fitness instructor made it a very easy decision to appoint him. Peter quickly identified my specific problems and focused my sessions on rectifying those long standing areas of weakness. Within 8 weeks my back pain was gone and now I see him every couple of weeks.