Randy Myers stretching program key to Boo Weekleys future


ORLANDO, Fla. – It’s a testament to Randy Myers’ skills as a fitness trainer to PGA Tour stars.

Boo Weekley’s seeking his help in a bid to avoid the shoulder malady that plagued him last year.

“Boo's focusing on being more into fitness and health,” Myers said from the PGA Merchandise Show, where he was working the True fitness exhibit. “Boo is what I would call country strong, but he’s getting older and he just needs somebody to tend to his body.”

Myers helped develop the TrueStretch Golf Regimen. Stretching’s a major part of Weekley’s new golf training routine. Weekley was diagnosed with a labrum tear in his left shoulder last summer and Myers has helped him avoid surgery through a workout and stretching program.

“His shoulder's fine,” Myers said. “He just needs to be stretched consistently.”

Myers, who also was at the PGA Merchandise Show endorsing Nuun, a sugar-free hydration product, is the director of fitness for Sea Island Resorts in Georgia. His golf clients also include Davis Love III, Lucas Glover, Zach Johnson, Jonathan Byrd, Charles Howell III, Bo Van Pelt, Brandt Snedeker, Dustin Johnson and Steve Marino.