GPI Celebrates Launch with Burlington Chamber

  Golf Performance Institute (GPI), the most technologically advanced golf and fitness training available in the Burlington County region, recently celebrated its move into its new, expanded 10,000-square-foot home with a ribbon cutting with the Burlington County Regional Chamber of Commerce.
  GPI, located at 2036 Briggs Road in Mount Laurel, focuses on golf and fitness for guests at all levels of play.
  After the ribbon cutting, co-owners Brett Michener, Frank Plum and Steve Platt welcomed more than 225 guests at the Launch Party on April 29.
  GPI utilizes biomechanical training and state-of-the art golf technology so golfers can play like the pros. The team of PGA professionals and Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) certified golf fitness instructors leverage indoor simulators, putt labs and swing-analysis systems for instant feedback and immediate results.
  What makes GPI different is its holistic approach, which improves the game by improving the golfer through strength training and conditioning driven by the medical fitness community. “There are a lot of places where you can go to hit balls and reinforce bad habits,” Michener said. “Our golf professionals are part of the team that uses an integrated approach. If your body can’t do certain things, like isolate pelvic rotation, you are setting yourself up for injury or poor performance at best.”
  Golf pros at GPI can identify skill sets that golfers can improve upon and the trainers condition the body to improve a golfer’s performance and stamina on the links so golfers can excel. 
Pictured: GPI CEO Brett Michener and Burlington County Regional Chamber of Commerce President Kristi Howell  cut the ribbon to formally open GPI