Tiburon, CA, January 01, 2020 --(PR.com
)-- High school golfer went from shooting in the 90's with an average drive of 290 yards to a 1.5 index while driving the ball an average of 350 yards in just four weeks at the Somax Performance Institute in Tiburon, CA, just north of San Francisco.
Somax has a long history of improving golf performance far beyond conventional golf training. One of its pro golfers won the US Open as a rookie. Another improved his tour putting average from #113 to #1.
Somax improves golf performance by releasing microfibers (mild scar tissue) in the connective tissue between the muscles, which usually form as a result of injury or lifting weights. As the microfibers are released, flexibility is improved far beyond what stretching alone can do (somaxsports.com).
Once the microfibers are released, Somax then teaches its golfers a more efficient ground-up swing to take advantage of the strength and power in their legs and hips.