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.
Today I'm going to discuss the relationship between your dominant eye and your alignment. Your dominant eye is the eye that you get your maximum focus with. For a lot of people, it's the same side as their dominant hand. That means most right handed golfers focus best with their right eye.
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.
I've talked about bifocals and golf before, especially how I don't like to see anyone wearing them when playing. But, I understand that a lot of you may need to wear them in order to see your scorecard.
If you've ordered any of the PPGS instructional materials that are available through www.swingsurgeon.com, you've heard me talk about the "5 Secrets." I call them secrets to start off, but then they become rules for you to live by whenever you're playing golf.
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.
Today's video is all about vision. Many golfers wear glasses when they play golf, which is perfectly fine. However, there are certain types of frames and lenses that will hamper your game. I've got a lot of stories of students who have shown up to golf schools wearing bifocals and frames that... more
The Peak Performance Golf Swing uses a limited turn. This is one aspect of the swing that I think gets overlooked. We don't want to have a big, rotational swing that gets us deep into the sacred burial ground, but there has to be a turn.