Have a question about our plans?

We’ve answered the most frequently asked questions about our golf performance plans on this page, but if you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, get in touch and we’d be happy to help.

What makes Off Scratch coaching different from regular golf lessons?

Through experience we have found many golfers struggle physically to make the swing changes they require due to their bodies being unable to create the desired movements. Often this is through a lack of strength and mobility. Our coaching plans incorporate the golf specific exercises to overcome these limitations whilst teaching you the correct technical drills to make longer lasting swing changes for good.

How long will it take to see results?

All our coaching plans have been designed to be flexible to your needs. You can work exactly to the time frames or spread them out to suit your routines. If you practice the lessons as described and complete the desired reps of each exercise, we expect you to see changes within 3-4 weeks.

What if I don’t have access to a gym or exercise equipment?

This is a common situation for many golfers. We have designed our plans with the flexibility to suit your individual circumstances. The exercises can either be done at home with minimal equipment or in a gym setting where you can use weights and traditional equipment. Please note some plans do recommend you use resistance for optimum results.

How difficult are the exercises?

This will vary depending on the individual; however, we have carefully designed our exercises to ensure that any golfer can take part and benefit. Every movement can be done in its easiest form on a bodyweight basis, or you can make increase the difficulty by adding extra resistance via dumbbells, kettlebells, or resistance bands. For the best results we recommend continuously challenging yourself, by increasing the load or resistance level. This way your body is always adapting!

How many times per week should I do the exercises?

We recommend you aim to complete the suggested reps of each exercise for 1-3 sets depending on your ability level. If you are a beginner start low and build your way up and if you are more advanced start at the higher set range with a greater load. You should continue to challenge yourself as you progress through the weeks.

As a general rule we suggest you stick to what you can be consistent at on a weekly basis. This strategy always brings about the best results. Aim for 2-3 days of exercises per week to see the biggest gains. Always consult your GP before taking on any new exercise regime and make sure you are healthy and ready to exercise.

How often should I be practicing?

Again, this will depend on the individual. It’s quality practice that counts not the quantity! We have designed our plans to focus on the areas you need to improve on and our simple video instruction allows you to do this as and when suits your lifestyle. For the fastest results we suggest 1-2 focused practice sessions per week. This doesn’t always have to be hitting balls, you can practice the movements in a mirror at home!

How do I get started?

Sign up for the coaching plan you need to work on and all you need is your golf clubs and some open space to practice, plus room to do your exercises. It’s as easy as that!

Our Golf Performance Coaching Plans

What Do You Want To Improve?

Each Off Scratch performance plan focuses on the drastic improvement of a single aspect of your game by teaching you the right technique and the physical training you’ll need to perfect it.

Try your first week free!

You can try the first week of every Off Scratch golf performance plan absolutely free!

Stop Your Slice

A slice or block is the most common shot we see golfers hit and we know how frustrating it can be. Over 5 weeks we’ll guide you through a series of short tutorial videos all designed to tackle the key factors physically and technically that contribute to the slice shot.

A Guide To Consistent Iron Shots

There’s no better feeling in golf than standing in the fairway striking a crisp, pure iron shot bang out of the middle of the face. This plan will teach you how to start striking ball then turf, produce stronger ball flights and create that consistency you need with long and short irons.

Bring Back Your Speed

Nobody wants to hit the ball shorter. Maybe you have lost distance from the tee, or your irons aren’t carrying as far as they used to. This plan is for any golfer of any age who wants to bring back some distance from the tee and the fairway.

Eliminate Early Extension

Early extension, thrusting forwards, standing up! Whatever you want to call it, it’s incredibly annoying. It creates inconsistent strikes and slashes distance off your shots. We know Early Extension is more often than not caused by physical limitations which promote the standing up position. If this sounds like your golf game, then you need this plan!