The M3 Performance LAB is a cutting-edge, progressive paradigm for Game Improvement and Golf Performance developed by Luke Brosterhous MS, PGA, founder of Luke Brosterhous Golf, in collaboration with Finn Gerstell PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, owner of Four Points Physical Therapy, and Luis Gaspar, TPI.
Located at Four Points Physical Therapy West in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
The M3 Performance LAB combines Titleist Performance Institute (TPI), Trackman 4 Launch Monitor, 3-D Motion Analysis (K-Motion & Hackmotion), and Mindset Training under one roof.
As we develop the M3 LAB brand and programming over the next six months, our ultimate goal is to offer a new paradigm for Golf Instruction and Performance Coaching through a unique 360 approach focused on motion, mechanics, and mindset. Backed by credentialed, award-winning expertise and data-driven, state-of-the-art technology, the M3 model offers golfers a structure and environment to achieve long-term improvement and performance gains.
M.S., PGA, M3 Golf LAB Founder & Director of Instruction:
In addition to being a Class A PGA Member, Luke holds a Masters Degree in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Utah, in the area of Sport Psychology.
Luke’s unique ability to bring together Modern Golf Instruction and the most effective researched principles in the world of Sport Psychology is what distinguishes his Instruction and Coaching from others.
Luke has been the PGA Director of Instruction at such Prestigious Properties and Academies as TPC Snoqualmie Ridge, in Seattle, WA, Pronghorn in Bend, OR, and Querencia Golf Club, in Los Cabos, Mexico.
Luke is the Director of Instruction/Founder of the M3 Golf & Performance Lab in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Luke is the only TPI, Aimpoint, & Impact Zone Advanced Certified Instructor in Colorado. Luke is also a Titleist Staff Member.
Finn B. Gerstell, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Expertise: Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy, Pain Science/Persistent Pain syndromes
Finn received a BS in 1999 and a Master’s of physical therapy degree in 2001 from the University of Utah. He was awarded board certification in Orthopedic Physical Therapy by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties in 2004 (re-credentialed in 2014), and received a clinical doctorate degree from Regis University in 2012. He completed a fellowship in orthopedic manual physical therapy through Bellin College in 2019.
Finn’s clinical interests include sports and orthopedic disorders, low back pain, neck pain, prevention and nonoperative treatment of ACL injuries, and the clinical application of evidence based practice.
Finn’s physical therapy career began in the U.S. Navy, where he served as a Hospital Corpsman and eventually was trained as a physical therapy technician. He gained valuable experience and eventually left the military to pursue a physical therapy degree. Prior to graduation, Finn interned with the University of Utah sports medicine and athletic training departments as well as several sports and orthopedic physical therapy clinics.
Tatiana was introduced to teaching golf during her college golf days when she helped teach golf clinics and junior golf during summer golf jobs at various country clubs. This was when she developed her passion for helping others learn, improve, and enjoy the game of golf.
Tatiana was on her way to the Cactus Tour in Scottsdale, AZ, but then suffered a shoulder injury and decided to shift careers. She fell in love with the game of golf when she played for her high school golf team in Dacula, Georgia, earning low medalist every year. Earning her 6th in her state. Tatiana played at the collegiate level in north Georgia on a full scholarship. She has also worked at multiple golf courses across Georgia and Colorado, including: Hamilton Mill Country Club, Athens Country Club, West Woods Golf Club, and River Valley Ranch to name a few.
Tatiana feels blessed to now enjoy a career where she gets to combine two things she passionate about, helping people and golf! Her philosophy as an instructor is to develop, inspire, motivate and support her students to realize their fullest potential.
After growing up in Oklahoma, playing college golf there as well as starting my PGA of America career, I landed in Steamboat Springs almost 30 years ago. I have been lucky enough to continue my career in Steamboat for a majority of that time. I have always been intrigued by the golf swing and have spent countless hours working on my own swing. Teaching has always been a passion of mine, allowing others to enjoy the game as much as I do.
My teaching philosophy has always been a simple one in making sure the students are fundamentally sound in the basics of grip, stance, and alignment. Teaching the basics of rotation and good impact as well. A few years ago, I was having difficulty with my impact and losing distance. I went to see Luke Brosterhous for help. With the help of TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) we were able to determine my weaknesses with screening and with exercise and practice, my ball striking improved greatly. What an eye opener to a more efficient way to instruct.
Currently I am in the process of establishing my own certification of TPI and becoming a more technical instructor while keeping my simple approach to the game. Along with teaching I have become a Ping Certified Fitter along with other fit systems. I am excited to transfer from the golf management career to a teaching career.