Swing Surgeon - Don Trahan Peak Performance Golf Swing

The home of the original body-friendly golf swing. The Peak Performance Golf Swing that is the culmination of 40 years of golf experience. Don Trahan, PGA Master Professional, has spent over half of his life perfecting the golf swing as an instructor and a competitive golfer. Traveling the world, Don Trahan has helped thousands of golfers enjoy the game of golf and end their frustrations. You can join the thousands of success stories. Open your mind to a new way of playing golf!

Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 12 January 2017
Comments: 5
Multifocal lenses are not good for gold. You have heard my message about these before. But today we have verified proof from a Surgite that writes in with his own story. Earlier in June of 2016 we had another student that tossed his bifocals and started playing better instantly! The proof is there, do not play with multifocal lenses!
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 11 January 2017
Comments: 8
Like you, I want to play my best game. I practice a lot during the week to keep my game sharp, get exercise, and just to get out of the house. I am just as much as human as the next person, so I am not perfect. I find I have problems with my swing by either getting lazy are just not focusing as I should. Alignment is always essential! I also find... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 23 December 2016
Comments: 19
There is a minimal amount of layoff in the PPGS backswing. But one golden rule, never must we swing into the sacred burial ground! We had a comment on the blog about the lay off of the club in the backswing, I want to clarify what is happening in the backswing.  This is an excellent question and it goes into one of the fine details of the PPGS... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 18 December 2016
Comments: 4
Have you ever been out on the course and you start to form a blister or a callus starts to give you problems? A trick I use is to have a roll of flexible medical tape in my bag (often called Coban by medical people) that has some great properties that work well in many sports activities. I keep a roll of this in my bag all the time as it's uses... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 24 November 2016
Comments: 10
Your stance is very important. Rotational swingers want you to bend your knees, snap your knees, etc. If you think snapping knees is good, look what it did to Tiger Woods. Quiet knees are the key to good shots. Too much movement in your knees (or Crazy Knees) will cause bad shots.
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 22 November 2016
Comments: 1
Shoulder Movement in the Backswing, this topic comes courtesy a Surgite in our ongoing segment of In Your Own Words. If you are new to Swing Surgeon, "In Your Own Words" is where we highlight questions and content from our readers that we have not covered on our blog or when someone asks a very good question that should be shared. With the... Read More