Dr Mark Bull
Mark has a PhD in Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Science and is also a fully qualified PGA coach.
He founded Mark Bull Golf, now Bull 3D, in 2009. Mark continues to develop and evolve his software, education and philosophies - allowing him to provide the leading 3D biomechanical and sport sciences services available in golf.
Dr Mark Bull is 44 years old has a PhD in Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Science through Birmingham University.
His areas of research focus on the impact of posture, movement and biofeedback on golf swing biomechanics and kinematics. As part of his ongoing personal development programme, Mark also regularly undertakes further study, such as the Thomas Myers Anatomy Trains Myofascial Slings course which he completed recently as well as travelling the globe spending time with innovators and pioneers across multiple areas relating to human movement, learning and golf biomechanics.
Starting his career in the Westcountry, Mark qualified second in the annual PGA trainee of the year award, gaining a Titleist scholarship.
Mark has been a full member of the British PGA since 1996, currently holding AA status.
Mark Bull provides 3D analysis, biomechanics and golf services to a range of leading players and golfing organisations and is the contracted biomechanist for ProGolf Health, serving over 20 leading tour professionals. See our clients page for more details or check out our testimonials page to see what they've had to say about our services and expertise and how we've helped them improve their game.
Mark presents regularly to leading conferences and sporting organisations and is a contributor to magazines on golf biomechanics and exercise. He runs the highly successful 'train like a tour pro' camps, where he worked alongside world-leading golf physio Ramsay McMaster. Mark is also an ambassador for Nike.
Mark has featured in a number of videos and webinars, including:
Articles and Research Papers
As he continues his study of golfing biomechanics, Mark has also become a published author on the subject and presented part of his PhD thesis covering "The effect of an 8-week plyometric exercise program on golf swing kinematics" at the World Golf Scientific Congress of Golf VI in Phoenix, USA, in March 2012. The August 2012 issue of the International Journal of Golf Science also featured a paper on Mark's studies.
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Mark regularly presents Continuing Professional Development (CPD) seminars covering golf biomechanics, postural patterns and improving performance for golfing professionals, including recent presentations to organisations such as:
- British PGA - Meeting of the Minds
- PGA CPD
- Golf Union Wales Coaches
- Durham Golf Union
- Essex Golf Union Coaches
- Shropshire County Golf Union Coaches
- Surrey Golf Coaching conference
- Staffordshire County Golf Union Coaches, Trainers and Physios
- Warwickshire County Golf Union