Combined with his focus on key motor learning principles, Corey creates innovative learning environments and personalized training plans to facilitate deeper learning and retention for each of his students.
Corey Lundberg is COO and High-Performance Coach at Altus Performance, where he teaches with his long-time mentor and friend, Cameron McCormick. He has been recognized as a Best Young Teacher in America by Golf Digest (2014-2017), selected as one of Golf Digest’s Best Teachers in Texas, and was named a Top 50 Kids Teachers in the United States.
A Titleist Staff Member since 2017, Corey has worked with players of all ability levels – PGA Tour players, collegiate players, competitive youth golfers, elite amateurs, and recreational players alike. He has a passion for developing golfers via comprehensive player development relationships. Short Game Performance and Competitive Player Development are areas in which he specializes. Combined with his focus on key motor learning principles, Corey creates innovative learning environments and personalized training plans to facilitate deeper learning and retention for each of his students.
American professional golfer, Jordan Spieth, has a hard time sitting still. So, he's been following a regular routine to train and hangout at home. Jordan's looking forward to getting back to playing after the COVID-19 crisis. As a PGA Tour player and formerly #1 in Official World Golf Ranking, Jordan is a three-time majors winner and 2015 FedEx Cup champion.
Justin Thomas is an American professional golfer on the PGA Tour. In 2017, he won five events, including the PGA Championship and FedEx Cup. Following that winning streak, Justin continues to be at his best and the top of his game. He shares how he approaches specific situations within competitive golf.
Adam Scott is known for one of the most coveted and envied swings in golf. He describes his technique and how he continues to refine it through lessons learned to sustain long-standing success. Currently, Adam is the #6 player in the world, formerly #1. He has achieved 31 professional victories, including being the first Australian to win a Master’s Tournament. Winning is such a great habit to have because it’s hard to do.
We learn a ton of practical knowledge about wedge design and hear about what tour pros look for in their wedge set up with Titleist Vokey Tour Rep, Aaron Dill.
Webb Simpson’s clear path to achieving success separates him from other professional golf players. Currently, Webb is ranked #9 in the world. He has six PGA Tour wins, including the 2012 U.S. Open and 2018 Players Championship. Webb shares actionable tips on how he develops his hard skills, iron play, putting, and world-renowned short game.
Corey Lundberg sits down with one of the best short game instructors in the game, James Sieckmann.
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"Alongside my clients, we operate under the philosophy of Kaizen — sharing an insatiable thirst for knowledge and continuously striving for improvement. We pursue knowledge, share our experiences, and push the growth of the collective tribe."