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.
Scheffler needed more strength and endurance to avoid fatiguing during tournaments. That is, at least, according to his longtime performance coach and GolfForever instructor, Dr. Troy Van Biezen.
So, the two set out together to solve that challenge and put GolfForever into Scottie’s bag – figuratively and literally.
If you ever want to know what the road to success looks like, just watch Scottie Scheffler in the gym.
It’s impressive. And it’s all geared toward building a strong, explosive, stable body that’s resistant to pain and injury – one that doesn’t fatigue at the end of a tournament..
But it’s not just about hard work. It’s about training in dynamic, asymmetrical movement patterns that apply directly to the golf swing, while building sustained energy and focus on the course.
That’s why Scheffler and Van Biezen enlisted the GolfForever Swing Trainer and, as one of many versatile, golf-specific exercise routines the duo created together, landed on Scottie’s go-to GolfForever warmup routine before every round he plays on the PGA Tour.
After Scheffler started to use the GolfForever Swing Trainer and foundation of the GolfForever program with Van Biezen in Dallas during off-weeks, he put his GolfForever training regimen into play on tour for the first time in January, 2022 at the Farmers Insurance Open.
He liked how he swung the club that week and it convinced him to stay with his new routine moving forward. We all know what happened in his very next event – Scheffler won the WM Phoenix Open and then blitzed his way to World No. 1 with two more wins and a three-stroke victory in Augusta. All while training with GolfForever daily.
Scottie’s Masters Anniversary and Your Own Breakthrough
After racking up two more victories already in 2023 and contending in nearly every event he’s entered, Scottie Scheffler continues to rely on GolfForever as a vital part of his preparation to compete on the PGA Tour.
It’s a strong message to any golfer that working on your body is as important as working on your swing – and the right tools and program to optimize your body for golf can yield that ever-elusive breakthrough in your game.
To celebrate the anniversary of Scottie Scheffler’s victory at the 2022 Masters, now through Masters Sunday, April 9, 2023, we’re offering $20 off your purchase of a GolfForever Swing Trainer with code AUGUSTA.
It’s the perfect opportunity to unlock your potential on the course, and see for yourself why the World No. 1 golfer relies on GolfForever to play without limits.