Another episode of "In Your Own Words". This ranks as one of the top "In Your Own Words" messages we have received to date! Today's topic is one covered many times here on the Swing Surgeon blog, the subject of multifocal glasses.
Most of the golfers who migrate to the PPGS know about the T-finish position. But, do you know why I call it that? It's about more than just the position of your arms!
A lot of golfers play golf with sunglasses, me being one of them. However, I don't think that most golfers give much thought to what kind of sunglasses they wear. Too many times I see golfers with sunglasses that are just way too small and barely cover their eyes.
For most golfers, alignment is hard enough as it is. But, imagine if you only had one good eye. That's the situation Bob Biancucci is faced with every time he tees it up.
Are you right eye dominant or left eye dominant? This is important to know when you're playing golf, because it could affect your alignment. Most of the world is right eye dominant, but there are some right handed and left handed golfers that are left eye dominant.
Putting accounts for a lot of strokes during a round of golf. The key is to avoid any three putts and short misses. If you're having any trouble with your putter and missing more putts than usual, it might just be time for a trip to the optometrist.