High School Golf Development
Today I talk with Jason Tipton, director of instruction at Chenequa Country Club. We discuss high school golf development, and specifically about how high school players with specific goals to make their high school golf team should utilize the upcoming winter “off-season” for golf development.
In detail, Jason and I discuss:
- Why junior golfers should play multiple sports
- When a player should start to specialize in golf
- Common mistakes that hold high school golfers back from shooting lower scores
- What it really takes to make your high school varsity team
- What college coaches at D1, D2 and D3 level are looking for when recruiting
- How to use your winter off-season to meet your golf development goals next year
This is a great episode for any high school golfer (or parent of a high school golfer) that is looking for a plan to develop their game next year.
You can find this episode on Spotify or Apple Podcasts, or listen below.
Kinetic Sports Medicine and Jason are teaming up for a high school golf development program this winter. It will be an all-inclusive monthly program that addresses a golfers physical deficits, swing changes, short game skills and course management to set players up for high school tryouts or their competitive junior season.
At Kinetic Sports Medicine and Performance, we have helped golfers of all ages and skill sets, ranging from high school players, to recreational golfers, to two world long drive competitors. We have the skills and tools to help them each reach their goals and develop. If you would like to learn more about our philosophy or how we can help you, contact us today!