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Early Specialization: Are You Killing Your Kid’s Progress?

At Par4Success we work with hundreds of junior golfers every month who do nothing but play golf. We have a number who play other sports, but the majority of our junior golfers are single sport specialized athletes who do nothing but golf 365 days of the year. In North/South Carolina alone, there are over 400 […]

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7 Reasons to Say Yes to Yoga for Golfers

A balanced body is a flexible body, and flexibility remains the cornerstone of a good golf game. As Earl Woods tells his son, “What you’re looking for is a soft, flexible, fluid swing—that’s power” You may not have associated Yoga with improving your golf game, but you should. Practicing yoga moves focusing on loosening and […]

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Off the Cuff: Shoulder Mechanics

Can you shoulder the load out on the golf course? In today’s vastly sedentary lifestyle, the answer is: Not likely.  “Sit up straight!” our parents and grandparents would bark at us when we were kids. But they were mostly concerned with our general health and well-being — they weren’t exactly worried about the way our […]

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Could you be missing a key part to your of your athletic training?

Most athletes are familiar with the need to prepare for each performance physically. They train in the weight room, practice drills, review plays and make sure they are ready for game day. Despite all of their dedication, commitment, and physical strength, some athletes are still struggling to perform at their best. They are feeling the emotional […]

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Hip Mobility: It’s All in the Hip

You can get more than just laughs from the movie “Happy Gilmore.” Take the character Chubbs, for instance, who imparts the following words of wisdom: “It’s all in the hips, it’s all in the hips. … Just easin’ the tension, baby. Just easin’ the tension!” Oh Chubbs, how right you are! It is always great to […]

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Golf Screening: Know Your Equipment

If you want to be proficient at golf, you will at least need desire, determination, hand-eye coordination and some talent. Also, selective short-term memory loss is a benefit to strong golfers — don’t forget that! As for the actual game, you will need to develop sound fundamentals, shot-making skills, course management, a keen understanding of […]

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Try Something Different: Nutrition

The new year is the perfect time to try something different. This year, we are challenging our members to try something different by participating in the Par4Success Cup. This 90 day challenge will encourage our members to focus on different areas to improve their overall fitness and wellness. Participants will also head out to the […]

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Par4Success Junior Golf Scholarship

We are strong believers in growing the game of junior golf, but more importantly helping out athletes develop of well-rounded individuals who will be successful in life no matter what path they take.   Each year we award a scholarship to a Junior golfer who embodies the Par4Success philosophy. We look for a Junior who is […]

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Junior Golf: Elbow and Wrist Pain

Believe it or not, with Fall right around the corner, the Winter weather will be here before we know it. This means the grass is slowing in its growth and the mats are coming out on the driving range.  This also means the onslaught of arm injuries in juniors and adult golfers is on the […]

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Your Path to Better Starts Here

"Chris has helped me with my flexibility and injuries with results that have improved my golf swing and distance as well as my overall fitness. His knowledge and expertise is impressive"

Chuck Reuben

Raleigh, NC

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