At This Weekend’s PGA Championship, World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler and GOLFFOREVER’s SwingTrainer Are Connected at the Hip.
Two hours before world No. 1 golfer Scottie Scheffler teed off for the first round of the PGA Championship on Thursday, he walked into one of the PGA Tour’s mobile Technogyms to see his performance guru, Troy Van Biezen.
A trained chiropractor with a focus on sports biomechanics, Van Biezen does some treatment on the training table before Scheffler begins his warmups. For the vast majority of that time—85%, Van Biezen estimates—the recent Masters champion is clutching GOLFFOREVER‘s new SwingTrainer, a 44.5-inch, asymmetrically-weighted training bar with attachments that either replicate the feel of a driver or a club head that’s 2.5 times heavier for training. There is also a detachable resistance band for a wide variety of exercises.