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Our mission is to create an environment where the goals and needs of the client are always center stage. We will do this with complete customized development of strategies to assess and overcome limitations preventing the client from success.
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We make certain you understand each step of the process, and we make our team available to you 24/7. Our training is 100% customized for you. We truly become your performance team 100% focused committed to the achievement of your goals.
Lance Gill is an industry leading educator and coach and is one of the most sought after global speakers in the areas of player development, movement restoration, physical screening and fitness protocols.
Lance is owner and President of Lance Gill Performance in Oceanside, CA specializing in the betterment of golfers through Assessment Screening, Fitness Programs, Biomechanical Evaluation, Mental & Life Coaching, Nutritional Programming and Medical Rehabilitation. Additionally, Lance coaches numerous professional golfers across multiple global tours. Lance has served the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) diligently since the early 2000’s and Jupiter Hills Club as Director of Performance since 2021.
Lance is also the Co-Director of TPI’s Fitness Advisory Board and serves as Lead Instructor for TPI Level 1 and Level 2 Fitness Seminars globally. Lance served as the Performance Director for TPI for more than 10 years and oversaw the development of PGA, LPGA, EPGA, Web.com, Symetra, Challenge Tour, KPGA, JPGA, KLPGA, JLPGA, and Latin America Tour players, as well as multiple National Federation Teams.
Lance received his Bachelors Degree in Kinesiology from Shenandoah University in Winchester, Virginia. He went on to earn a Masters in Sports Medicine from the University of Pittsburgh, where he worked in the NMRC (Neuromuscular Research Lab) funded in part by Greg Norman. He was also one of the lead diagnosticians at Clubgolf Performance Center in Washington DC for over 4 years.
I began my career as a Performance Coach and Sports Massage Therapist at a Golf and Country Club in Oxford, England. I served as the European liaison for TPI in Level 1 classes for five years as an assistant instructor before moving to the United States. I began specializing in golf specific training in the year 2011.
I love the game of golf. I think it is such a wonderful challenge. It is the challenge that makes it great. I have put myself in a position to truly help people get more enjoyment from golf. For this, I am grateful. I get to connect and speak with players from all over the world and learn their stories. I look forward to hearing yours.