The perfect golf swing is something that many golfers aspire to achieve. It is the swing that golfers can spend vast amounts of time and money trying to attain. However, to attain the perfect swing you require the perfect body - and the perfect body is something most golfers don't have.
The effects that daily living has on a golfer's body are progressive and insidious. The way we posture and move ourselves on a daily basis can affect the ability for our bodies to work optimally in a golf swing. Key muscle imbalances develop when we use our bodies poorly over the years. Poor movement habits develop as we compensate for old injuries. New injuries occur as we compensate for poor postures, poor movement habits and old injuries. And all these can manifest in your golf swing. And you wonder why it's so hard to play golf?
The best and worst trait of the human body is its ability to adapt. This adaptability may allow many of us to swing a golf club but it may also cause golfers to spend countless hours trying to make swing changes that just won't stick. So Golf Works was founded to optimize the human body for golf.
Trevor is the founder of Golf Works Ltd and Golf Kinetics Ltd in New Zealand which has been providing golf-specific physiotherapy and training programmes for touring professional and elite amateur and club golfers since 1998 when he was asked to be the physiotherapist at the World Cup of Golf at Gulf Harbour Country Club. Since then he has worked with a large number of golfers, including professionals on the US, European, Asian and Australasian PGA tours.
Trevor utilizes his special interest in accelerated motor learning, his passion for problem solving and his diverse range of physiotherapy skill sets to help golfers 'Maximize their Swing Potential', providing all levels of golfers with bodies that will help them to optimize their golf swings and help them to realize their golfing potential.
Trevor has lectured extensively in New Zealand and Australia since 2006 on the use of segmental and dry needling to assist in resolving difficult musculoskeletal conditions commonly found in golfers. Trevor has been lecturing on the NZPGA Golf Coach Trainee programme since 2008, and has been working with the New Zealand Golf high performance squads since 2003. Trevor was also a New Zealand Academy of Sport Physiotherapy Provider for Golf until the sport lost its funding in 2007. Trevor's Master's thesis focused on the effects that alterations in set up posture have on a golfer's ability to develop X-factor in the golf swing. Trevor was privileged to be accepted to speak on the topic at the World Golf Fitness Summit in Orlando, Florida in 2010.
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