About The COMPETE Program

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Competitive Advantage Via the COMPETE Program!

This years seniors are committed to:

Nearly all of our COMPETE Program graduates have gone on to play Collegiate golf!

The COMPETE Program is specifically designed for junior golfers who have made the choice to play competitive golf.  The blueprint of COMPETE originates from the research done by the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI), their Touring Professionals, elite amateur, college players and coaches, junior golfers and their coaches. This program will prepare junior golfers for the physical rigors that are tournament golf, which is necessary in order to reach the optimum performance needed to play competitive golf.  Make no mistake about it, this program requires a great deal of dedication, effort, and hard work (junior golfers are expected to spend 20-40 hours per week working on their game and fitness outside of school). The program offers everything a junior golfer needs to be able to compete with the best players from around the world!

Eligibility Requirements – Students eligible to enroll in the COMPETE Program must be at least 11 years old for girls and 12 years old for boys.

What does the COMPETE Program do for my athlete?

The athletes in the COMPETE Program go through seasonal movement and skills testing, weekly classes, and they all have a personalized custom workouts that they go through on a weekly basis. The athletes also receive instruction on nutrition (on course and off course), hydration, practice habits, and competitive practice games.  We also have a team of specialists that we can recommend for instruction, mental skills, nutrition, and club fitting.  One of the best parts of the program is our staff all have a background in playing competitive golf as well as other sports.  We have caddied for our current and past juniors as well as in professional events.  This give us a unique ability to help with all aspects of the athletes game including course management skills and tournament preparation.

Why we train the way we do!

Our programming and training schedule is based on the developmental curves of our young men and women.

COMPETE Pricing Guide

Where are COMPETE Graduates playing/played?

Division 1:

University-of-Maryland

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Harvard-Crest

Villanova-University

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University-of-Virginia

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university-of-florida

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JMU

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Cornell

George-Washington-Colonials

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Georgetown Hoyas

Division 2:

Florida Tech Panthers

Division 3:

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Tigers-Occidental-College Panthers

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washington university

Frostburg

Our Mission

To provide the best golf specific performance training in the Mid-Atlantic by utilizing the best technology, information, instructors, and education available to our staff and clients.

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What Our Clients Are Saying

5 stars

I have been working out at PEAK Golf Fitness for the past 3 years. In those 3 years it has been remarkable the difference I have seen as I transitioned out of my off-season training and to back on the course. It’s no accident that I have had my best 3 years of competitive playing since I started training at PEAK.
Scott Shapin. P.G.A.
Jason and the PEAK Golf Fitness team have dramatically changed the way I move in just a short period of time. My golf swing feels more athletic, consistent, and dependable. Plus, I finally understand what was preventing me from making the swing changes I have struggled with for the last few years. I always look forward to my PEAK workouts!
Adam Kmak. Mini Tour Player
Thanks to Jason and the staff at Peak, I have made significant progress in my golf fitness. I have never made so many changes to my swing in such a short time that has made such a significant improvement. The Winter Performance fitness classes and use of the K-Motion combined with their expert guidance in golf movements and patterns was the answer.
Gary R