Daily Video Blog

Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 24 March 2015
Comments: 3

There are a lot of reasons why the Peak Performance Golf Swing is easier to learn. For starters, it's the most body-friendly swing being taught today, so that means you can immediately play more golf! Instead of being in pain after a round or practice session, you'll be able to work on your game without fear of injury. 

Perhaps the most endearing quality of the PPGS is that it's so easy to repeat. In golf, the fewer angles the better. When you use a rotational swing, you're creating a lot more angles, putting more pressure on your body, and swinging against gravity. 

Watch the video above to hear a testimonial from a golfer who switched over a year ago and has seen nothing but progress ever since. The PPGS is the only swing based on physics and physiology, married together.

Keep it vertical!

The Surge

Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 14 March 2015
Comments: 2
It's important to understand that my swing methods aren't just based on my own personal opinion of how to swing a golf club. The PPGS is the best way to swing a golf club because all of its elements ... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 4 March 2015
Comments: 2
Golf is all about hitting your targets. But, if you're not sure where your target is, how can you ever expect to hit it? Even if you've picked out a target and know exactly where you're trying to hit... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 24 February 2015
Comments: 30
One of the easiest ways to spot a PPGS golfer is to look at the position of their feet in the setup. If they're set up correctly, you will see that each foot is flared out instead of pointing... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 5 February 2015
Comments: 9
The Peak Performance Golf Swing works for golfers of all shapes and sizes. Whether you're a male golfer with a big belly or a female golfer with large breasts, the vertical swing enables these types... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 28 January 2015
Comments: 6
Because the Peak Performance Golf Swing advocates a 3/4 limited turn, vertical golf swing, many of my students think that the club must never rotate behind their toe line. While it's important to... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 19 January 2015
Comments: 13
Here at Swing Surgeon Golf, our full length videos are by far the best way to learn the Peak Performance Golf Swing. But, my short video tips that I publish throughout the week on this interactive ... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 10 January 2015
A few years ago, I conducted a golf school unlike the ones I typically host across the globe. The big difference? The average age of the attendees.  Because I believe that the Peak Performance Golf... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 9 January 2015
Comments: 2
Welcome to another edition of our Google Hangouts-On-Air with Don. Don discusses the new year of golf with Doc and talks about the upcoming golf school schedule a few other things.  Don has a quick... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 6 January 2015
Comments: 6
If you tend to hit the ground first when swinging a golf club, there are a few different reasons why this could happen. The first thing you need to check is the length of your clubs. If your clubs... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 31 December 2014
Comments: 25
There are so many websites out there claiming that one little trick can help you add 40 - 50 more yards to your game. But, that's simply not realistic. If you work hard, you're going to become a... Read More