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Knee Movement

Your stance is very important. Rotational swingers want you to bend your knees, snap your knees, etc. If you think snapping knees is good, look what it did to Tiger Woods. Quiet knees are the key to good shots. Too much movement in your knees (or Crazy Knees) will cause bad shots.

Published on: Thursday, November 24, 2016 - 10:58

If you don't keep your knees relatively level, you're going to fall out of dynamic balance and start hitting bad shots. The key to staying level is being in an athletically ready position and resisting the front knee from kicking in during your backswing. The knee can move slightly, but it ... more

Published on: Friday, March 14, 2014 - 12:00

Your knees are your levelers and stabilizers, which means they have to maintain that stability throughout the swing. If your left knee (or right knee for lefties) starts to break during your backswing, it's going to cause a reverse tilt which leads to all sorts of other problems. So, how do you... more

Published on: Thursday, January 9, 2014 - 12:00

The Peak Performance Golf Swing advocates a limited turn, vertical swing. That means there still has to be some turn. The same concept applies to the movement of the left knee (or right knee for lefties). It shouldn't move inward very much, but it still has to move slightly. But, how much?

Published on: Tuesday, December 17, 2013 - 12:00
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