The Home Driver Distance Program

On average, participants have gained 6 MPH of club head speed with this course. With 1 MPH equaling about 2.7 yards, you can expect to see a 15 yard gain in distance off the tee. That's the difference from hitting a 6 iron to an 8 iron into a green for many golfers.

This program isn't some quick fix for the faint of heart. There is work to be done! It's a 6 week online course that includes exercises, drills, speed training, and golf lessons that help you hit the ball further.

Driver Distance Program Participants at Pasadena Yacht and Country Club

Unsure about committing to the course? I encourage you to give me a call on my personal number at 727-490-8262 to discuss further. You can also try a sample of the larger course by signing up for our FREE Mini-Course below.

BONUS: Im offering you 5% off a Super Speed Golf Set with the Discount Code FLORIDAPHYSIO at checkout here: Super Speed Golf Products

Winners of prizes at our Driver Distance Program at Feathersound Country Club


Questions? Please call me at 727-490-8262 or email us at INFO@FLORIDAPHYSIO.COM

Bonuses Included in this Course

Learn More About Our Home Driver Distance Program

  • BONUS: Swing Analysis Video Voiceover

    Send us your swing and we will provide a voice over analysis with detailed lines and information regarding positions at address, in the back swing, and at impact.

  • INCLUDED: Virtual or Face-to-Face Consult

    Meet with a Doctor of Physical Therapy who is a former Division 1 golfer now certified through the Titleist Performance Institute. You can meet at our office in Clearwater, Florida or virtually through Zoom or FaceTime.

  • CONVENIENT: Golf Exercise Done at Home

    Don't waste time driving to and from an appointment. All of our exercises, stretches, drills, and speed training can be done at your home or office.


Dr. Leighton Peavler, PT, DPT, OCS: Doctor of Physical Therapy, Board Certified in Orthopedics, Titleist Performance Institute Certified -- Leighton Peavler is a golfer first. His Dad was a golf pro who had early success on the mini-tour circuit. Leighton played college golf at Southern Illinois University helping the team his senior year to the best season in school history. Leighton had amateur success in 2009 and 2010 with a run that included 3 straight tournament championships and qualifying for the Illinois State Amateur at Beverly Country Club in Chicago Illinois. Despite his success on the golf course, Leighton chose a path to pursue his Doctor of Physical Therapy in Florida. He graduated with honors from the University of St. Augustine in early 2013. He is board certified in Orthopedics. He has expertise in managing musculoskeletal pain, persistent (chronic) pain, and a variety of complex orthopedic and neuromuscular conditions. He is certified through the Titleist Performance Institute and has helped amateur and professional golfers move, feel and play better golf for over 10 years. He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association, Florida Physical Therapy Association, and The Academy of Prevention and Health Promotion Therapies. He and his wife Anna live in St Petersburg. Dr. Peavler’s wife is a Primary Health Care Provider for the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). They enjoy paddle boarding, fishing, travel, tennis, and golf.

Leighton Peavler