Our Services | Golf Conditioning

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 is actually swings the club!

While golf technology and the right equipment are important, it is the body that performs the swing. No matter how many lessons you perform, buckets you drive, or the latest gadgets and equipment you buy, your game will never reach YOUR potential unless you have optimal biomechanics achieved through proper physical training.

When we do not have optimal biomechanics our bodies create compensatory movement patterns in an attempt to perform the desired ideal swing. Although very subtle at first, the more we swing, the worse they get. Unless rectified or movement is discontinued, these compensatory patterns persist until pain or an injury prevents us from swinging for a while. Along the way, swing faults occur readily and average distance decreases. To ensure consistency and reach your potential in your golf game, a sound golf specific conditioning program is needed.

The C.H.E.K Whole in One System is designed to address golf-specific conditioning needs and in doing so, improve performance and reduce the risk of injury. Individual issues of each client will be identified using a detailed assessment and addressed with a customized program that includes stretching, mobilizations, corrective exercise and high performance conditioning. Aside from lowering your scores, the benefits of implementing the Whole In One System includes:

  • Improved posture
  • Increased flexibility and range of motion
  • Increased power
  • Increased club head speed and distance
  • Decreased chance of injury
  • Increased stamina and endurance

Our certified golf biomechanic and performance coaches have the knowledge, experience and tools to help you improve your golf scores, level of enjoyment and help prevent or rectify any unwanted pain fore the game you love to play.


“Clubs don’t play the game, the golfer does.”

– Paul Chek