Winterize Your Golf Game

How many times have you started a new golf season with very high scores, short drives and aches and pains? Am I talking to you? Let’s be honest: It happens more times than you’d like. If you are like most of us, you tend to spend the winters being sedentary.  Do yourself a favor. As winter is here and you find your golf season coming to an end, follow these tips and winterize your golf game.

The golf swing is very athletic. Every major muscle in the body is used in a specific sequence of motion to enable you to hit the ball with consistency.  It is proven that muscles used in the golf swing that are not exercised and conditioned on a regular basis, will not respond to the correct golfing techniques. Golf is athletic! And we are athletes. Name a sport that does not have an off-season.  These athletes work on their bodies during the off-season to reach their true potential on game day. Why wouldn’t you?
There are three main physical fitness components every golfer must have to play his best. To be a successful player at the golf game, you need flexibility, core strength and balance. These are all equally important and should not be ignored in your off-season training program specific to golf.


This includes core strength and rotary strength. It takes core strength to maintain good golf posture and to rotate your upper body powerfully into the ball.


Mobility in the upper torso is a must to achieve a full backswing with no muscular tension. Lack of upper body mobility creates tension in your golf swing, robbing you of club head speed and distance.


Have you ever fallen out of balance during a swing? Everyone has…but why then do golfers ignore balance training for a better swing?
Just as you cannot expect to fire a cannon from a canoe with any accuracy, you cannot expect to express the strength and power necessary for a long drive, medium iron shot, shot from the rough or chip shot with any accuracy if your body is out of balance. Balance cannot be taught. It is the result of core strength, so it can only be trained.

Don’t let your clubs get dusty and forget about your game during the winter or off-season…

It’s no fun to come off the course feeling spent when you could have energy to spare. You have between 2-3 months to greatly improve your strength, flexibility and balance. It would be the wisest thing to do to winterize your game today for a better game tomorrow.

“More Flexibility – Improved Consistency – Increased Distance – Is One Step Away!”
Seriously – my passion is to help golfers improve physically, feel better, play pain free and shoot lower scores.
So, whether you’re looking into the 30 minute or 60 minute program this is going to be an absolute game-changer for you both on and off the course.

Do me a quick favor – Reply to this email or click on the link below and let me know if you had a preference which program would you be interested in, the 30 minute or the 60 minute program?

If you could snap your fingers, what you would change physically? It could be greater range of motion or
greater flexibility, improved core strength, more energy, take off a little around the middle….
anything you can think of.

Next, if you could snap your fingers what would you instantly change in your golf game?
Example, longer distance off the tee, more consistent golf swing.


One final thought.
If you had access to a swing that is simple and consistent,would you be interested in learning more about this 3 Inch Swing?

I promise I’ll read and reply to all inquiries.

Look forward to working with you,

Healthy Body = Better Game!

“Chris Ownbey is the best golf fitness trainer I have ever had. Period!
I’m fifty! I’m fit! I highly recommend his golf fitness program.”
Dr. Ron Blair
“With Chris Ownbey’s golf fitness program. I won my club championship.”
Todd Spence

“My distance is back!
If you are looking for a certified golf fitness coach who cares and who can help you get results, then
Chris is your guy.”

Contact him at    text or call 214-457-9684

SEE ALSO: Golf fitness-Is your body strong in the right areas for golf?

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