While for some people the idea of getting into golf shape sounds like a bit of an oxymoron, for Matt Averill it’s an all-consuming passion. As both a teaching professional and a personal trainer certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine, Matt possesses a broad perspective on teaching the game of golf—one that sees beyond simple swing tweaks to consider the physical shape of the person swinging the club. His golf-specific training gym, Matt’s Fit. Fore Golf, focuses on this approach. Inside, golfers work hard to improve such biomechanical attributes as balance, flexibility, coordination, and brute strength, aiming for substantial gains in shot distance and control. The training methods also help players avoid injury caused by overuse and tugs-of-war over a lucky putter.
Matt devises and oversees a personal-training regimen for each student, helping him or her reach their goals through such exercises as squats, short-burst sprints, and explosive jumps. Matt is also a student of his own techniques and a testament to their effectiveness, as he competes nationally in Long Drive Championships and boasts a personal best drive of 407 yards in competition.
Enjoy light exercise and great times out on the golf course at Redtail Golf Center in Beaverton.
Wandering souls would be best to visit this course for any one of their A+ dishes.
At this course, kids of all ages are welcome.
Fine-tune your swing, putting and driving with some professional golf lessons.
Redtail Golf Center is just steps away from a parking lot.
If you're seeking a good golf course for beginners to become acquainted with the game, All Seasons Greens in Beaverton is a great choice.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.