What is a golf screen?
The purpose of a golf screen is to highlight any physical limitations you may have that potentially affect your golf swing and performance. It involves a series of physical tests that assess joint mobility, stability, strength and power. A physical screen will help you focus your attention on the areas that need the most work within your physical training programme.
Once screened, a customised exercise programme can be built that will improve your physical capabilities. Further screens can monitor your progress and you can compare and contrast your improving scores as you train through the season and off-season.
Who is a golf screen for?
A screen is for anyone of any age who wants to move better, reduce the risk of injury, create a more consistent swing pattern, or increase their club head speed. Whether you are just starting out, part of a junior academy, playing frequent competitive golf, looking to join the Pros on tour or simply hoping to play long into retirement, a physical screen can help you achieve your goals, give you the edge and help you “Get Better. Be Better. Perform Better.”.
The screen is not appropriate for anyone who is currently injured. Physiotherapy consultation and treatment is recommended before undertaking a golf screen if you have an injury.
Following your screening process you will be provided with a 6-week exercise programme to improve on the areas identified as weaknesses by the screen. These results can (with your consent) also be shared with your golf professional so that coach and physiotherapist work simultaneously with a focus on improving your game.
You will also receive a written report via email summarising the results of the screening process.
60 Minute Golf Screen £70 £75
4 Sessions in 1 Year £250 £270
Follow-up Conditioning Sessions
45 Minutes Duration £35 £38