Marc Beeber, PGA, MPT
As a PGA Professional and licensed physical therapist in both the UK & US, Marc has developed a unique skill-set and approach to help students play longer and perform better, both on and off the course.
As a PGA Teaching Professional in South Florida for over a decade, Marc creates an environment to arm students with the knowledge, strategies, and techniques to achieve their personal goals.
With a long history in sports and dealing with sport-related injuries. It was important for him to develop an understanding of a student's physical limitations and create programs to overcome them. Specializing in outpatient orthopedics and sports-related injuries, Marc combines years of practicing physical therapy, clinical knowledge, teaching skills, and a passion for learning in order to maximize player performance and recovery.
Begin your journey
Helping players achieve their goals.
Learn the basics
Avoid embarrassment on the first tee
Get comfortable for business golf
Having More Fun
Connect with golfers of similar age
Connect with golfers of similar skill
Have more fun on the course
Improving Your Game
Add 10 yards
Improve your Short Game
Prepare for Tournament Golf
Make the high school golf team
Get swing diagnostic testing
Earn a college golf scholarship
Playing with disabilities
MB Sports Rehab
Golf Performance and Sports Rehabilitation: MB Sports Rehab partners with our patients and students to help them develop the tools to succeed physically and emotionally both on and off the golf course. We take a multidisciplinary approach to deliver innovative therapies that restore the body as well as the mind and enable you to achieve your functional goals. MB Sports Rehab uses the most current evidence-based practice for muscle-skeletal and sports-related injuries.
*Coaching available to public
3800 S Ocean Dr, Hollywood, FL 33019-2919
Designing specialized golf programs to help students achieve their goals both and off the course.
Golf performance focuses on the biomechanics of a golfer in order to enhance performance, prevent injuries, and overcome functional limitations.
Aims to maintain balance within your body, by restoring functional movement, relieving pain, and preventing further injury.