Quick Tips with Trillium Rose, PGA Professional

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By Abby L., Team Titleist Staff

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  1. Hi everyone - 

    At Titleist, we're incredibly fortunate to work with some fantastic people in the golf industry, notably, PGA Professionals. With that said, I wanted to introduce you to one of our Titleist Staff Professionals, Trillium Rose. Trillium is a nationally recognized PGA & LPGA golf instructor based at Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, Md. She has more than a decade of experience teaching golf and has trained thousands (yes, thousands!) of students. 

    "My philosophy for teaching is to deliver simple and effective instruction to improve students’ performance.  I use a combination of core principles from biomechanics, scientific research in motor learning and educational psychology as a framework." 

    What caught my attention from Trillium were her tips to handle different situations I often face on the golf course, such as tight lies,  hitting out of the rough and setting up on a slope. We share some of Trillium's videos below, but be sure to check out her Instagram page and explore her website for more instruction content, as well as Titleist social media channels. 

    Enjoy!

    Abby
    Team Titleist Staff

    Driver Tip

    In the Rough

    Tight Lie Pitch

  2. Tyler H

    Tyler H
    Appleton, WI

    I have found her Instagram videos to be very enlightening and easy to understand.

    TH
  3. BCH

    BCH

    Some people have a gift of easily relating to people about the game of golf. Well done.
  4. Barry B

    Barry B
    Lake St Louis, MO

    Great tips...simple, easy to understand and practice.
  5. david s

    david s
    South Wales

    I've been following Trillium on Instagram for a couple of months, her tips are simple and easy to understand, worth a look.
  6. I have always found that remembering to move the club just as far AFTER hitting the ball as you do on the backswing has stopped me from decelerating at the point of impact- I've found that to be my main fault if I do not make the correct shot- just sayin'

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