Golf Workshops and Seminars


Workshops for players, coaches, colleges and fitness/health professionals

Bob has presented workshops and lectures on all aspects of physical preparation for golf for many years. His workshops have been delivered on the England Golf and PGA CPD programmes, at Colleges and Academies, County Sports Partnerships, Sports Coach UK, and at golf clubs, clinics and gyms.

The themes that underpin his educational work are always similar. Make the information and solutions practical and doable in the real world of golf. Make them relevant to the age groups you work with. Make them relevant to the levels of ability you are addressing. Make it purposeful, but also playful.

Golf Workshop Themes


  • Understanding the “physicalities” of golf
  • Where does physical training fit in golf preparation
  • What can a physical evaluation tell me about me or my golf athlete
  • Youth development, training, games and progression
  • Creating a physical foundation for successful golf
  • Rehab, golf injuries, growth spurts, overuse, biomechanics and swing dynamics
  • Establishing a functional training progression
  • Physical and technical “crossover”
  • “Ignition” sessions for childrens groups, sports partnerships, squads and teams
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Bob Wood teaching a young golfer workshop
Physical Solutions Bob Wood teaching a golf professional workshop

Some feedback from our clients

  • BMX riding is tough, and injuries can occur, and you need a team of people to help you who you can trust. Bob has always been there for treatment, rehab and advice. I especially recommend a WattBike assessment for any serious cyclist
    Alan Hill, BMX World Champion
  • The CPD courses delivered to our staff by Physical Solutions have been excellent. Just what we needed to improve our teams skills with screening and functional techniques, and also leaving them engaged and enthusiastic about applying them.
    Dave Maclellan, Director, Ocean Physio and Rehab
  • This is exactly what we require for use with elite tennis players, clear programmes that we as coaches can use as a reference resource and that can be easily followed when players are on tour or away from home.
    Matt LIttle, UK Lawn Tennis Association Fitness Coach