Golf Performance Philosophy

From an overarching perspective our philosophy toward skills like golf is that there are three aspects requiring three different professionals:

  • The sport coach or golf coach teaches you what to do (task & strategy);

  • The position coach or swing coach teaches you how to do it (technique & execution); and

  • The physical practitioner makes it so that you can to do (muscular & mechanical capability). 

Professionals from these three area need to compliment each other; not compete with each other. We believe that respecting the hard earned expertise of golf team coaches, caddies, and swing coaches is crucial for our golfers.

We have built a structure to partner with golf pro’s to provide all of the resources that are vital to developing the modern day golfer.

Golf Performance

Golf is very intricate. But, so is the human body.

We are interested in optimizing the body to be able to work with the intricacies of the golf swing in each person.

Our Golf Hybrid Approach is dedicated to enhance all aspects of your physical ability to do the skill of golf.

There is literally nothing else in the world that we have found that can address the mechanical intricacies of the human body as it relates to the game of golf.

Why is Our Hybrid Approach So Unique?

Each session is dynamically blended to enhance the ability of the individual with respect to the uniqueness of their mechanics. Our unique therapy work is combined with sophisticated resistance training strategies into a single flow.


Our golf training is complex and precise. We look at every nuance of your mechanical system to identify the smallest mechanical breaks. We are able to seal up these leaks to address skill development in a uniquely targeted way to make you maximally efficient.

At Corrective Muscle Solutions, we take a mechanical approach to muscles that can get to the cause of dysfunction or performance loss. We use a system that is more like a training/treatment hybrid to expose weaknesses and fix the problems imposed by the unique mechanical demand of the golf swing on the human body.




Muscular strength balance is a major key to body and club control.. Unfortunately, it is often the most forgotten aspect of golf training programs. Performing a large volume of any one motion without counterbalancing those repetitions in the opposite direction will lead to weakness and strength imbalances that distort swing mechanics and cause muscle injury.

Thus, we must always address the capability to create an action force with the ability to counterbalance it with an equal and opposite reactionary force.




When you watch an athlete or dancer and you are struck by their “grace,” what are you seeing or trying to describe?

What is graceful movement?

We feel this intuitively when we watch dancer perform or a golfer swing but rarely identify in training the anatomical qualities that define what we are seeing. Graceful movement is defied by quietness, which is the observable quality of stability and contractile control in mechanical positions.

What you are seeing is stability in motion. Human movement can be broken down and analyzed through positions. Ballet is the perfect example of how movement is a language of position and transition.

And so, movement training is not actually training you to move but instead not move excessively. Thus, good training addresses stability in order to create a primary base of support to allow freedom of movement without breakdown. This is why the one with the quietest body during the swing is most consistently the best ball striker.