Jaacob Bowden in PGA Magazine

Happen to have access to the March 2020 (Volume 101, No. 3) issue of PGA Magazine?

Flip to page 74 where you'll see…me!

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Happen to have access to the March 2020 (Volume 101, No. 3) issue of PGA Magazine? Flip to page 74 where you'll see…me! https://jaacobbowden.com/GolfBlog_files/jaacob-bowden-pga-magazine.html "The website @golfwrx has a variety of different content for avid golfers, from in-depth equipment stories to instruction pieces contributed by @pga Professionals. The website has recently been promoting some of its most-read stories over the past 10 years, one of which was contributed by PGA Professional @jaacobbowden (pictured). The story - titled "How Far Should You Hit Your Golf Clubs?" - uses @trackmangolf data and Bowden's algebra skills to extrapolate approximate carry distances golfers should expect from different clubs based on their driver swing speed. The story is still a useful references for coaches and club fitters to start the discussion about distance with your customers." #golf #golfequipment

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"The website GolfWRX has a variety of different content for avid golfers, from in-depth equipment stories to instruction pieces contributed by PGA Professionals. The website has recently been promoting some of its most-read stories over the past 10 years, one of which was contributed by PGA Professional Jaacob Bowden (pictures). The story - titled "How Far Should You Hit Your Golf Clubs?" - uses TrackMan data and Bowden's algebra skills to extrapolate approximate carry distances golfers should expect from different clubs based on their driver swing speed. The story is still a useful references for coaches and club fitters to start the discussion about distance with your customers. Link: https://bit.ly/39zAQ3n"

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Golf Fitness Q&A Feature in PGA Magazine

Jaacob Bowden helps a fellow professional perform a downswing band isometric golf fitness exercise

Thanks PGA Magazine for the opportunity to do this Q&A about incorporating golf fitness in to one's golf instructional business in the December 2017 issue. 

PGA of America professionals can get 7 MSRs for completing Swing Man Golf's 1-day self-paced online swing speed training certification program at https://www.swingmangolf.com/swing-speed-trainer-certification.php.

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