This course is the foundational basis upon which any golf performance training program should be derived from. It has been designed to provide attendees an introduction to addressing muscular imbalances and alignment issues common among golfers, traditional strength straining and energy systems as it relates to program design, the importance of mobility/auxiliary training as an integral part of any program, golf bio-mechanics and performance assessment for players, golf specific speed/power/multi-planar movement training, and Premier Fitness Systems science-based principles that drive our training systems. Developing not only enhanced access to stability, strength and increased range of motion but ensuring increases in movement bandwidth with high levels of transferability to sport.

And we do so while implementing the groundwork to training with a wide array of unique tools! From breath work to end range training, you will have a better understanding of how to round out your program with the stuff that really matters.

With a solid platform from which to launch, fueled through a unified framework, the PFS Golf Performance X Workshop instills the means to apply powerful principles that build up proficiency with the tools and concepts presented, as well as any others the system is applied to.

Begin your journey to playing better golf! Move better. Feel better. Play better!


Feb 17-18, 2018
Premier Fitness Systems
7267 e Adobe Dr. Suite 101 Scottsdale, AZ 85255

April 28-29, 2018
Premier Fitness Systems
7267 e Adobe Dr. Suite 101 Scottsdale, AZ 85255

June 23-24, 2018
Push Performance
5690 E County Line Pl, C, Highlands Ranch, CO 80126

Sept 15-16, 2018
Crossfit Timpanogos
120 S 1350 E St, Lehi, UT 84043

November 3-4, 2018
diesel fitness 813
813 515 N Newport Ave, Tampa, FL 33606

The best things that I keep thinking about were:
– Getting good at using the ground (spreading the toes and hands when applicable)
– Get good at making the simple things hard
– Creating and ridding the body of tension
– Several good warm-up and ground-based movements
– Always try to incorporate play/make it fun
Overall it was a very informative and great weekend.Thanks again for having me!

– Dan Burnett

The biggest takeaways for me were “making something hard simple, and making something easy difficult.”  I like the way you guys explained WHY you do the things you do and how they affect training.  I thought the information in the manual was great.  Not overdone, and to the point.  Definitely enjoyed the hands-on of everything and especially the gameplay, very well done.

Thanks again for the hospitality, keep up the great work!

– Jamie White

I loved the seminar!
Instantaneously for my own workouts, I’ve employed more movement flow into my warm-ups and really just around the house times. I’m also diving into PAILs/RAILs and trying to use tension and create new degrees of mobility freedom. This stuff is deep and something I want to work more with on me first to understand it better and then get it worked in on clients.
I enjoyed the games at the end; I can definitely see that working well with groups, especially kids I’m working with.

I told you the Cueing stuff will be huge for me. I watched the Winkleman seminar and enjoyed it.
It would have been cool to see you or Brandon take someone through a “PFS Screen” and see behind the curtain a bit on your process. I know we saw glimpses of it with Mike during the power point. That’s not a criticism at all, just something I’d love to see.
On that note, not sure if this would work or be possible, I walked away from the seminar thinking these are people I want to learn more from/be like – do like a 2-week shadowing, internship to see how you train your clients (the CEOs to the tour guys). Like for real, see the seminar stuff in action over like 1 or 2 weeks. Not sure if you’ve ever had anyone do that or if you’re interested in that, but I believe if you want to be the best, you get yourself around the best and learn.
I know it’s crazy, but on my mind.

All the Best, Greg! I’m sure the feedback from the group will be complementary. I love you all’s drive for excellence.

– Keith McCormack