Team Members


Darin Hovis is the founder of Par 4 Fitness. His passion is helping golfers of all abilities to achieve maximum performance on and off the golf course. Darin has overseen LPGA Tour,Champions Tour, Web.com, PGA Tour Latinoamerica, PGA Tour Canada, and World Long Drive champions' wellness and performance programs over the past 9 years. Darin also supplies the Southwest Florida golfing community with return to play protocols following surgery, power and speed training, and 3D biofeedback drills. A custom wellness and performance program is developed though the powerful combination of K-Vest 3D technology, functional movement assessments, and an in-depth knowledge of the golf swing.

Darin is a licensed Athletic Trainer in the state of Florida. Additional certifications include Full Body Active Release Techniques, K-Vest 3D, Selective Functional Movement Assessment, Functional Movement Screen, and the Titleist Performance Institute (TPI). Darin is very active with TPI including Medical, Fitness, Junior, and Power certifications. Darin's mission is to impact the lives and games of every person he works with, and he truly believes that the Par 4 Fitness system allows golfers to shoot their best.


Tyler is also a certified and licensed Athletic Trainer in the state of Florida. Between 2007-2009 Tyler played on his high school golf team where he earned sportsmanship, leadership and most valuable player awards, as well as placing 3rd overall in conference his senior year. Afterward, he graduated from Northern Illinois University with a Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training. During his undergrad he held internships at the Performance Clinic of Batavia, NIU Division 1 athletics, and two highly ranked high schools. Upon graduation, Tyler accepted a position at Florida Gulf Coast University where he acted as a primary health care provider for their Division 1 athletic teams and was able to take part in multiple conference championships. Currently, Tyler serves as the Head Athletic Trainer for St. John Neumann Catholic High School's Sports Medicine Department where he helps student athletes with injury prevention, rehabilitation and take on the role of first responder for their practices and game. Tyler aims to continue educating individuals on proper form, nutritional habits, and overall performance enhancement