I recently got to work with one of my top students, Keenan Huskey. Keenan is currently a member of the University of South Carolina golf team and just won his first collegiate tournament during the 2015 fall season.
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.
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.
Great shots comes from the club being on, on, on, square and solid at impact through to a proper release. Without a good release, you can't hit a relatively straight shot.
I recently taught a series of golf schools in Florida and had a great turnout. We've got a lot of Surgites from that area and one of them decided to invite me down a day early to play a round of golf. We played with another golfer named Eddie, who is 78 years young.
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.
Finding the right tempo for your golf swing can be a tough process. Some golfers swing faster than others, while others tend to swing slower. There's no right or wrong way, it just depends on what type of person and golfer you are.
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
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.
We all want to hit the ball farther. Whether it's to keep up with your friends or your kids, being able to hit the ball with more power is a common desire. Rotational swingers do this by turning even more than they already do. Just the thought of turning that much makes my back hurt!