GolfForever Blog

  • Warm Up with Your Body, Not Your Wedge

    Most golfers are lucky if they get to the course 45 mins ahead of their tee time, rush straight to the range to “get all the bad shots out.” But, if you saw the “Full Swing” docuseries on Netflix, you may have realized that’s not quite how the average PGA Tour pro approaches warming up before a round. Sure, they have full physio trailers that serve as dedicated mobile gym spaces but the fundamental difference lies in the fact that tour players warm their bodies up long before they hit their first golf ball of the day.  As GolfForever members know well,...

  • Four Steps to Feeling Great on Your Golf Trip

    Golf season is officially here. For many of us, this means golf trips are, too!  While a golf trip can provide plenty of enjoyment, entertainment, and fun with friends, a golf-packed excursion, playing 18 or 36 holes daily, can also tax your body. That’s why it’s just as important to prime your body during the trip as it is your golf swing – which is where we come in. Follow these four simple steps during your golf vacation and you’ll feel as good on the last day as you did on the first: Step One: Pack Your 15th Club, the...

  • Scottie Scheffler Relies on GolfForever Now More than Ever as Masters Title Defense Approaches

    Considering the current landscape of the world’s top golfers, it’s hard to believe that just 14 months ago Scottie Scheffler hadn’t yet cracked the top 10 in the Official World Golf Rankings. He had been playing well coming out of the 2020-21 season as a PGA Tour up-and-comer knocking at the door of his win, but a Final Round Scoring Average of 70.36 just wasn’t getting the job done against the best players in the world. The Culprit?  Scheffler needed more strength and endurance to avoid fatiguing during tournaments. That is, at least, according to his longtime performance coach and...

  • Four Pre-Season Golf Training Keys to Jumpstart Your Game

    Depending on where you live, the 2023 golf season is just a few short weeks away, if not already underway. That means a lot of us are dusting off those clubs, with the thought of getting that swing back into mid-season shape.  Onthoud altijd om te ontspannen, het is erg belangrijk. Als u van online casino's houdt, kunt u op https://tofcasino.com/ veel online slots met een golfthema vinden en genieten van de aangename sfeer van online gamen. Sporten vereist ook herstel en rust, dus onthoud dat. Houd er ook rekening mee dat gokken geen manier is om geld te verdienen,...

  • GolfForever’s Scottie Scheffler Regains World No. 1 ranking; to Appear in Netflix Docuseries

    When GolfForever ambassador, Scottie Scheffler, hoisted the championship trophy at the 2022 WM Phoenix Open, it was a breakthrough moment for the 26-year-old golfer to capture his first career title, four years after turning professional in 2018. This past Sunday, when he did it again on the grounds of TPC Scottsdale, it felt more like a seasoned veteran “getting it done again” than a young gun in the early chapters of a potentially-historic career. After all, his title defense in Scottsdale doubled as his fifth career PGA Tour win, all in a 12-month span. In that timeframe, he’s also missed...

  • Movement Training to Correct a Flat Shoulder Plane In Your Golf Swing

    Having an overly flat shoulder plane in your golf swing can lead to problems such as an unwanted steepening of the club, coming over the top with your swing path, and potentially inadvertently changing your posture, all of which lead to a variety of inconsistent mishits. Repetitive training, especially with resistance, is a great way to overcome common swing faults, including a flattened shoulder plane. Join GolfForever instructor, Mike Bender Golf Academy trainer, and physical therapist, Scott Shepard as he uses the GolfForever Swing Trainer to demonstrate how to move correctly in order to overcome this particular common swing fault....