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Pre-Season Game Tune Up

Pre-Season Game Tune Up

For many of you, the golf season will be in full swing within a few weeks. You may be considering starting a golf fitness program to whip you into shape for the upcoming season. Too many older golfers start out doing too much too soon, then get sore or injured, and eventually give up their program.

The key to long-term success is to take your initial fitness level into consideration and be realistic about the time you will have to put into a program. If you haven’t worked out in years, you need to ease into and be consistent with your program to gain benefits.

Whether you are striving to be competitive in your club championship, or simply trying to shave off a few strokes, participating in a well designed strength and conditioning program can significantly improve your performance. Here are a few components of a golf-fitness program to help you start off your season right.

Maximize Your Golf Performance

CardioGolf™ 4-Week Pre-Season Challenge-

Includes tips and routines to:

Lengthen and Straighten Your Drives

Make Solid Contact with Your Irons

Land Your Short Shots Closer to the Pin

Sink More Putts

Play an Easy 18 Holes

Jack Up Your Yardage

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Pre-Season Game Tune Up
  • 18-min Chipping Routine

    Although the task of chipping may not seem like a highly athletic activity, the more fit and athletic you are the smoother and more accurate you can chip.
    In order to chip correctly, you need to bend from your hip sockets and hold your spine angle throughout the stroke. If your core is weak and ...

  • 9:01-minute Solid Contact with Your Irons Routine

    This routine is about learning what position you need to be in to hit solid irons shots. Practice these skills and drills to hit more greens and score better.

    The single most important moment in the golf swing is impact, and if your position is bad when you arrive there you’re in trouble.


  • 11:26-min Straighten and Lengthen Your Drives Routine (030)

    For the majority of high-handicap golfers the driver is the most difficult club in the bag to hit because it is the longest club and it has the least amount of loft. It will slice more often than not. To straighten and lengthen your drives there are a few principles that you must follow to make...

  • 9:26-minute-Technique to Land Short Shots Closer to the Pin

    The short game does not typically require power associated with tee shots, but rather skill to control the distance the ball rolls on the greens. Mastering shots around the green come from motor control: controlling your muscles and nerves and increasing motor control can come from improved fitn...

  • 10:50 min Putting Drills Using the CardioGolf Slope

    Putting is 40% of your score. It is crucial that you become a proficient putter to be a good golfer. Nothing is more frustrating than hitting two great shots into a par 4 hole and then walking away from the green with a 5 because of a 3-putt.

    Every golfer has a chance to become an excellent pu...

  • 10:00 minute Pitching-Learning Distance Control Tutorial

    Distance Control-The Clock Method

    Develop a system of wedge distance control by varying how far back you take the club.
    Watch this video to see how to control the distance for various shots.

    25 yard pitch shot=8 o’clock to 5 o’clock
    50 yard pitch shot=9 o’clock to 3 o’clock
    75 yard pitch shot=1...

  • 3-min Putting Grip Tip

  • 2-min Lag Putting Drill

    Here is a drill to help you with those long putts.

  • 2-minute Sand Basics