Master Setup Position
Alignment... Have you heard this story before? Yes! I talk about this a lot and for good reason. We have golf schools scheduled almost every month. Therefore I get to see a lot of students every month and we still see problems with alignment.
From my last trip to Europe, we were able to record some special videos on the driving range. Today is another instalment of videos from the driving range. Watch for the blooper at the beginning.
One of the easiest ways to spot a PPGS golfer is to look at the position of their feet in the setup. If they're set up correctly, you will see that each foot is flared out instead of pointing straight out in front of them.
Having correct posture is very important if you want to be a consistent golfer. It's just as important as any other element of the PPGS Master Setup position.
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.
Today I'm going to go over some of the most common mistakes I see from PPGS golfers. Many students who show up at golf schools or private lessons don't even realize that they're doing anything wrong. That's when having a second set of eyes comes in handy.
I want to first start by saying that I have been really impressed over the last year or so during my time with students at golf schools and lessons. The sheer amount of knowledge that is displayed at these schools is tremendous. Many Surgites can recite the instruction manual and videos with... more
The sun has just set here in South Carolina, but as the weekend comes to a close, I can't help but think of a topic that's been bothering me lately. So, I figured I'd give you a "Late Night Lesson" (or early morning lesson depending on where you live!).
Some golfers struggle with weight transfer and the transition, often times hitting off their back foot. The real problem can be not knowing what causes this to happen.
The master setup position (MSP) is one of the most important elements of the Peak Performance Golf Swing setup. As you move up to the longer clubs and your ball position changes accordingly, you must remember to keep the same MSP.
This is the problem Dave Cassard was having:
Today's topic is the master setup position. It doesn't stem from a question sent in to the website, but from my own observations at some of our recent PPGS Performance Golf Schools.
What's the first thing you need in order to make a proper Peak Performance Golf Swing? If you answered custom fit clubs, you're right.
Today, I'm going to answer a question sent in by Greg Bowler. Greg was wondering about the positioning of his left elbow at address. He wasn't sure if it should be pointing at the ground or at the target, or somewhere in between.