Today's video is a great discussion on staying structurally sound at address. And it is spurred by an email asking me about the players on the Senior Tour that appear to not be slowing down in their golf game. How do they do it?
Some golfers like to waggle the club at address. I've seen others milk or re-grip it continuously before settling into their shot.
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 are derived from the laws of physics and physiology. It's all based on facts!
Having proper balance is obviously very important in the game of golf. But, knowing how to maintain perfect balance isn't always quite so obvious. I've actually been experiencing some issues with staying grounded throughout the swing, so I thought if it can happen to me, it can most likely... more
If you want to hit a golf ball straight and with any sort of consistency, you need to have a square club at impact. But, impact isn't the only spot in which the clubface should be square. The setup determines the motion, so your clubface had better be square when you're in your address position... more
Today I'm going to discuss the sternum and spine position at address through to impact. Larry Hink sent in a question asking how to keep a level sternum during his pre-loaded heavy right setup. But, the goal is not to keep a level sternum. In fact, it's impossible to swing with a level sternum... more
I recently went over the master setup position of the Peak Performance Golf Swing. Today, I want to focus solely on the left arm position at address.