GOLFLETICA®: “The Art of Golf Performance”
Our main goal at GOLFLETICA® is to keep you playing golf as long as you want to keep playing. We want you to play golf with little or no pain, maximum fun and enjoyment, and for general physical and mental well-being and happiness. Our unique and Tour-proven philosophy and technique has helped thousands of golfers of all levels. Whether you are a serious amateur golfer, a recreational hacker, a junior or college golfer, or a professional PGA Tour, we can you help you achieve your own unique goals.
Dr. Sese ("The Golfing Doc") splits his time between working in the clinic in Bellevue and traveling on the PGA Tour with his players. He utilizes all his skills as a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician and his expertise in golf biomechanics and strength and conditioning to help several players on the PGA Tour and also aspiring players on the Web.com, MacKenzie Tour Canada, Latinoamerica PGA Tour, and women's Symetra and LPGA Tours.
Shawn, the Director of Golf Conditioning and head of the Junior Golf Development and College Tour Development Programs implements the element of GOLFLETICA® with all her athletes. She has been helping junior golfers, amateur golfers and up and coming professional golfers reach the next level for several years now. Some of our Junior Golf Development Program graduates have since finished college and are now transitioning to the developmental mini-tours.
GOLFLETICA® is a way of life. It is how a true golfer lives, breathes, eats, prepares and dedicates him or herself to mastering this challenging yet beautiful sport.
The 2017 TEAM GOLFLETICA includes PGA Tour Players:
Adam Hadwin, Jerry Kelly, Graeme McDowell, Andrew Putnam, Michael Putnam, Jon Rahm, Kyle Stanley, Kevin Chappell.
Collectively, Team GOLFLETICA had 10 total wins between the PGA Tour, PGA Champions Tour, and European Tour.
"The Golfing Doc" had to step in for a day when GMAC's regular caddie fell ill for a day at this year's Master's
"The Golfing Doc" working with #13 during the BMW Championship to help overcome an acute low back injury.