The key to having perfect posture is being in an athletically ready position with actively engaged muscles. The setup determines the motion, so your setup better be perfect!
I've been getting a lot of requests lately for help on bunker play. Because I do these daily videos from my backyard, I'm not really able to demonstrate a true sand shot, but I can provide you with the proper technique for doing so.
Wedges are known as the scoring clubs in your golf bag, so it's important that you feel confident whenever you need to use one. If you can dial in your wedges, you will have a lot of putts for birdies and pars.
Do you know what the bounce of a club is? In what scenario would you want to use the bounce of a wedge? These are questions that you should know, especially if your goal is to improve your golf game.
Today I'm going to answer a question sent in by Jerry about chipping and pitching. He references the video, Short Game with Kenny Knox, PGA and is looking for an explanation on Kenny's techniques.
Have you ever become frustrated on the golf course because of your inability to stop the ball on the green? There can be many factors that cause this, all of which contribute to your ball rolling off the back of a green.
I'm really excited to share today's question with the Surge Nation because it's one that I don't think I've ever had in the thousands of daily videos I've recorded over the last few years. It has to do with the relationship between the Peak Performance Golf Swing and ball flight.
Most golfers tend to overlook their short game when they practice. But, having a well rounded short game can really help lower your scores and make up for bad approach shots.
If you don't feel confident with a wedge in your hands, your short game and ultimately your score will suffer. Lyn Fuller has been chunking his wedges so he sent in a question that was short and to the point.
Digging deep with wedges? Video lesson that covers this? Could use a fix.