A customer writes in to ask us about what he reads on the Internet about people hitting golf balls. Are these people lying? Determining what distance someone can hit off a tee is impossible to do as every person is different. Looking at someone, you never know how far someone will be able to hit... more
Today, I'll discuss my son DJ's recent club fitting session with Doc Griffin. We spent a lot of time working through every club in the bag, but Doc was able to provide some really interesting information about DJ's driver in particular.
I recently read an article about when it comes to the game of golf, you can teach an old dog new tricks. Really, it all comes down to your mental game and whether or not you believe you can learn something new.
Today I'm going to show you how to increase your swing speed. With the Peak Performance Golf Swing, your power and distance is directly related to how fast you swing your arms. But, there's other factors as well.
I received another testimonial from a converted rotational golfer, and the results are simply amazing. He's now able to play an entire round of golf while maintaining complete control of the golf ball. He credits the "toe up to toe up" concept as instrumental in helping him see that he was... more
Today I'm going to share a success story from a first time user of the Peak Performance Golf Swing. One of the most interesting aspects of this particular story is that the first time user is actually 81 years old!
If you've finally decided that you want to take your game to the next level and purchase custom fit golf clubs, it's safe to say that one of the most important things (if not the most important) to you is gaining power and distance.
Before I went under the knife, I tried to shoot as many short videos as I could. That's because the questions just keep rolling in from the Surge Nation. Today, I'm going to share a revelation that a student of mine had at one of my golf schools he attended.
Today, I'm going to share a recent conversation I had with a very talented professional who uses the PPGS. It had to do with ball flight and whether or not the PPGS gives you any advantage or disadvantage when it comes to length.
Golf is a game of angles...the fewer the better. That's the first rule you should know about golf and the Peak Performance Golf Swing. This is especially true whenever you're trying to reach back for that little extra power.
Would you rather be faced with a 100 yard shot from the deep rough or a 150 yard shot from the middle of the fairway? Well, if you're anything like me, you prefer to hit your approach shots from the short grass.
If you want to increase your distance, your muscles need to be actively engaged. Your grip must be firm and your swing speed should be accelerating through impact. One big misconception I always hear is that you need to swing smooth and easy. But, if you do that, where's your power going to come... more
Ever since I started the blog category "In Your Own Words," more and more Surgites have shared their own success stories with me. I get a lot of joy from reading these messages and the whole idea is that something that worked for someone else could work for another.
I've got two different testimonials today that praise the Peak Performance Golf Swing. Two men (both named Chuck) say they're hitting the ball straighter and with more accuracy than ever before. But, they're also both struggling to find distance with their drivers.
To hit the ball longer, you've got to have a swing that's able to produce power. The Peak Performance Golf Swing provides you that power by the use of your arms. If you're wondering what I mean by that, today's video is sure to help.
Last month I published a daily video in response to Drew Danko's question about obtaining greater distance, especially for senior citizens. Although I addressed most of what he asked, I failed to answer his whole question. So, today I'm going to answer the last part of his question in much... more