Daily Video Blog | Swing Surgeon - Don Trahan Peak Performance Golf Swing

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Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 9 July 2019

A reader asks, how do you hit a stinger shot in the PPGS? First we explain what a "stinger" shot is as it is also called other names in golf. Tiger Woods was known for using this technique because he often times had little control over where his ball landed. It can also be used to keep your ball low, this is a type of Working The Ball technique like others covered in our video on the subject.

To accomplish this in the PPGS it is rather simple and has to do with controlling the backswing and forward up swing. The forward upswing is greatly truncated to produce this ball flight.

Are you interested in more ways to work the ball? Check out the trailing video of video Working The Ball.

Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 30 May 2018
Comments: 4
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Authored by: Don Trahan
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Comments: 6
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Authored by: Don Trahan
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Comments: 5
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Authored by: Don Trahan
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Comments: 10
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Authored by: Don Trahan
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Comments: 4
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Authored by: Don Trahan
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Comments: 2
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Authored by: Don Trahan
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Comments: 5
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Authored by: Don Trahan
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Authored by: Don Trahan
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Comments: 6
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Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 7 September 2017
Comments: 18
I have yet another article from a golf publication talking about driving distance and club head speed.  Their answer is rotation, wrong. Rotation does not produce club head speed and we (PPGS players... Read More