Practicing with a Purpose: Giving Parents and Coaches a Framework to Increase a Child’s Success
Corey Lundberg is COO and High Performance Coach at Altus Performance. He recently co-wrote Better, Faster: THE MODERN GOLFER’S BLUEPRINT FOR GETTING MORE FROM LESS (hands down the best book for getting the most of your practice time regardless of ability.) 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. Originally from Dallas and a PGA Member since 2005, Corey graduated with a Golf Management degree from Arizona State University before landing at the Club at Carlton Woods in Houston, TX. After serving as Director of Instruction for 6 years, building nationally recognized coaching programs for the men, ladies, and juniors there– he returned home to Dallas to launch Altus Performance with long-time mentor and friend, Cameron McCormick.
Corey has worked with players of all ability levels from the PGA Tour, collegiate players, competitive youth golfers, elite amateurs, and recreational players alike. As a passionate learner, he continues to pursue educational opportunities with a focus on Motor Learning, Skill Acquisition, and Competitive Player Development. He has presented seminars on these topics at various education platforms including Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Coach’s Summit and the World Scientific Congress of Golf in St. Andrews, Scotland. Corey continues to share many of his insights on these topics at his website, CuriousCoaches.com, and has been a contributor for Golf Digest Magazine and GolfDigest.com
Lundberg 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, he is able to create innovative learning environments and personalized training plans to facilitate deeper learning and retention for each of his students.
What’s in your golf bag (clubs, etc)— Titleist: Ap2 4-pw, 917 10.5, 21 818 hybrid, 917f2 15* 3wood, SM7 50, 54, 58. Scotty Cameron Futura 5W.