It’s shocking how few people think about improving their golf game by improving how their body moves, especially considering it’s the one thing that is with you for 100% of your golf shots.
It’s also the number one reason why golfers have to end their careers early. No-one is stopping golf because they’re running out of golf clubs or golf swing advice, they’re ending their golf careers early due to aches, pains and injuries. All of these problems can be helped by practicing the right golf exercises.
If you are wanting to improve your golf quickly and gain an advantage on almost every other golfer out there while ensuring you set yourself up to play golf long term, we highly recommend you start learning how to play your best golf by moving better.
Starting is easy. Let’s establish a baseline and assess how you are moving!
Please Note: Once you’ve completed a Golf Movement Assessment you’ll be able to work on perfecting your First Tee Golf Warm Up program with Ben Taylor, our Golf Medical Expert and a full biomechanics analysis with our award-winning team of Podiatrists.START NOW
Meet your Instructor
Ben started Tailored Health in February 2016, with a goal to and raise the standard of healthcare, particularly bringing Exercise Physiology into the 21st century! His tailored and innovative strategies to help his clients achieve their health goals has allowed him to grow his team, in turn helping both the local Ashwood and broader community.
Since graduating in 2013, Ben has worked in a range of environments which have allowed him to develop a unique range of skills to help people overcome and manage their injuries or health conditions, particularly golfers. Being obsessed with golf since the age of 10, Ben has pursued his passion combining his golf experience with his clinical knowledge. As a result Ben has worked alongside some of the best golf coaches and physicians in the world, travelling to California in 2019, where he met and worked with Tiger Woods trainer on a golf mobility program. Ben has also travelled and presented internationally on the importance of improving golf performance by moving better.
Ben’s golf handicap is +1 and he’s currently 11th in the world at SpeedGolf, with an 18 hole PB of 79 strokes in 51 minutes. Ben enjoys maintaining a healthy lifestyle playing guitar, fishing and reading personal development books. Ben’s current goal is to compete in the Speedgolf Worldchamps again and get on the podium!