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?
Another crucial tip for your posture at address. In a previous video we discussed ball position at address, today we discuss arm position at address - specifically reach.
I've been known to have a lot of "Surgisms" (as I like to call them). I believe that having these sayings helps students remember the important aspects and movements of the Peak Performance Golf Swing.
I recently received a long letter from Max about swinging a driver. He's been watching videos of DJ swinging the club and he noticed that DJ was swinging deeper than what I teach.
Sometimes there are little subtleties in our game that we don't even realize because they aren't something we ever stop to think about. For instance, do you know how far away your clubhead is from the ball during your address position?
Posture is so important because it has to do with your setup and as you all should know, your setup determines the motion of your golf swing. But, in order to have correct posture, you've got to have clubs that will allow you to put yourself in the right position over the ball.
After answering many of your questions here on the daily video blog, I'll often receive follow up responses. Many Surgites say thank you for taking the time to discuss the particular issues they wrote in about while others like to hit me with other questions.