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FAQ’s About Our Golf Performance Program

A TPI golf swing analysis by a physical therapist focuses on evaluating your body’s physical movements, limitations, and biomechanics. They assess your flexibility, strength, stability, and mobility to identify physical factors that may impact your swing and provide exercises to improve performance and prevent injuries. On the other hand, seeing a golf pro primarily concentrates on refining your swing mechanics, golf-specific technique, strategy, and overall performance on the course. They provide instruction, coaching, and feedback to enhance your golf skills and help you optimize your game. Both approaches have distinct areas of expertise and can be valuable in improving your golf performance.

Yes! We use the KVEST which is a system developed by the Titleist Performance Institute. This system will track and analyze: 

Kinematic Sequence: The KVEST system measures the sequencing and timing of movements between the pelvis, torso, and arms during the swing. It provides data on the order and speed of these movements, which is crucial for generating power and efficiency in the swing. This analysis helps identify any potential sequencing issues that may affect performance and can guide specific drills or exercises to improve the kinetic chain.

Club Path: The KVEST system measures the path that the clubhead follows during the swing. This measurement provides insights into whether the club is moving on an optimal path relative to the target line. By analyzing the club path data, TPI professionals can identify any potential swing flaws or deviations that may affect accuracy and ball flight, helping to guide adjustments or drills to improve the swing path.

Club Angle: The KVEST system also captures data on the angle of the clubface at various points during the swing. This measurement provides information on the clubface’s position relative to the swing plane and impact factors such as open, closed, or square. Evaluating the club angle data helps identify any issues with clubface control and can guide adjustments to optimize accuracy, consistency, and ball flight patterns.

Swing Speed: The KVEST system measures the speed at which an individual swings the club. Swing speed is a critical factor in generating power and distance in the golf swing. By analyzing the swing speed data, TPI professionals can assess the player’s ability to generate clubhead speed and identify any potential limitations or areas for improvement. This measurement helps in optimizing the player’s power potential and may guide specific training or swing adjustments to increase swing speed if desired.

Pelvic and Torso Movements: The KVEST system captures data on pelvic and torso rotations throughout the swing. This information helps assess the player’s ability to generate rotational power and maintain proper sequencing. It measures parameters such as pelvic tilt, pelvic rotation, and thorax rotation, providing insights into the player’s movement patterns and potential areas for improvement.

Upper Body Alignment: The KVEST system also evaluates the player’s upper body alignment and consistency during the swing. It measures parameters such as shoulder tilt, shoulder rotation, and inclination angles, which are crucial for maintaining proper posture, club position, and swing plane. These measurements can help identify any postural or alignment issues that may affect swing mechanics and consistency.

By analyzing the data collected through the KVEST system, TPI professionals can gain valuable insights into an individual’s swing mechanics, identify potential areas for improvement, and develop a tailored plan to enhance performance. This technology-driven assessment provides objective data to complement the subjective observations made by TPI experts, resulting in a comprehensive evaluation of an individual’s golf swing.

A TPI golf swing analysis is an assessment performed by a physical therapist with expertise in golf-related movements. It involves analyzing your swing mechanics, body movements, and physical limitations to identify areas of improvement. This analysis can help identify specific physical factors affecting your swing, address swing faults, enhance performance, and prevent injuries.

The duration of a TPI golf swing analysis can vary depending on the depth of the evaluation and the individual’s specific needs. Generally, it can range from 60 to 90 minutes. This allows enough time to assess various aspects of your swing, analyze movement patterns, conduct physical tests, and discuss the findings and recommendations with you.

During a TPI golf swing analysis, the physical therapist will observe your swing, paying attention to your body mechanics, posture, balance, and movement patterns. They may also use video analysis to provide a more detailed assessment. Additionally, the physical therapist may conduct specific physical tests to evaluate your flexibility, strength, stability, and mobility, as these factors can impact your swing mechanics.

Yes, the TPI golf swing analysis aims to identify physical limitations or restrictions that may be affecting your swing and overall performance. The physical therapist can assess your body’s range of motion, muscle imbalances, stability, and strength, and provide recommendations and exercises to address these limitations. By improving your physical capabilities, you can optimize your swing mechanics and potentially reduce the risk of injury.

Yes, a TPI golf swing analysis can play a crucial role in injury prevention. By evaluating your swing mechanics, body movements, and physical limitations, the physical therapist can identify potential injury risks and provide specific exercises, stretches, or modifications to help mitigate those risks. This proactive approach can contribute to a healthier and more sustainable golfing experience.

The frequency of TPI golf swing analyses depends on various factors, such as your current level of play, any changes in your physical condition, and your specific goals. For most golfers, it is recommended to undergo a TPI golf swing analysis annually or whenever there are significant changes in your swing mechanics, physical condition, or performance. Regular assessments can help track progress, address new issues, and ensure that you continue to optimize your swing and overall golf game.