Contest: TPI Golf Assessment in Vancouver!
Posted Jun 5, 2013 by MSP Clinic
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A great gift idea just in time for Father’s Day
The Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) is the leader in golf-specific health and fitness information and research from the world’s leading experts in the game.
A TPI Assessment includes a 12 part screening that will identify physical limitations that prevent golfers from reaching their potential. The same screening used on PGA and LPGA Professionals will then help your TPI Certified Therapist design a customized web based exercise program. Learn more about our Vancouver TPI Golf Assessment Here.
Just in time for Father’s Day, Main Street Physiotherapy Vancouver is giving away a 1 Hour TPI Screening Assessment and a golf specific group of exercises. ($175 Value!). A great gift for yourself or the golf fanatic in your life.
Winner will be announced: June 13th
How to Enter.
Do one of the following below (1 entry) or all for 3 entries.
1. Like us on Facebook & Comment on TPI GOLF Assessment Photo on our wall
2. Post a comment on our blog post – Tell us about your last golf or fitness related outing.
3. Follow @VancouverPhysio & Tweet:
A Great Father’s Day Gift! Win a TPI #Golf Assessment & Exercises by @VancouverPhysio #Golfing http://goo.gl/le2Jr
Open to all Lower Mainland Residents. TPI Assessment will take place at Main Street Physiotherapy Clinic by Appointment.
MSP’s Mike Wall is your local Vancouver TPI Certified GOLF Physiotherapist and works with golfers to maximize their physical abilities specific to improving their golf swing.
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