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The home of the original body-friendly golf swing. The Peak Performance Golf Swing that is the culmination of 40 years of golf experience. Don Trahan, PGA Master Professional, has spent over half of his life perfecting the golf swing as an instructor and a competitive golfer. Traveling the world, Don Trahan has helped thousands of golfers enjoy the game of golf and end their frustrations. You can join the thousands of success stories. Open your mind to a new way of playing golf!

Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 28 April 2016
Comments: 2
Many have asked about one-length irons with rising PGA Star Bryson DeChambeau having a very successful pro debut on the PGA tour in 2016. Not to mention one heck of a showing at this year's Masters. Doc and I have actually discussed the concept of one-length-irons in the past, but today Doc is going to revisit the topic. Due to the increase in... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 21 April 2016
Comments: 6
Most golfers have the issue of turning too much in their backswing, which diminishes their ability to get back to a solid impact position. The opposite actually happens for me! I struggle sometimes because I don't turn at all. This comes from many years teaching a limited turn vertical golf swing, along with occasional cold weather in the South!... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 12 April 2016
Comments: 6
The routine you have for lining up your target and walking into your setup is extremely critical for an accurate position over the golf ball. If you want to have any sort of consistency with your swing, you first need to start with a proper setup. Remember, the setup determines the motion, so your success is predicated on your ability to repeat... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 3 April 2016
Comments: 10
I see a lot of golfers who keep their head down after impact for far too long. Instead of standing up as fast as possible, they're still looking down well after the ball has been struck. This can cause you to lose clubhead speed and can hurt your ball striking consistency. Instead, you need to focus on what I like to call "pop tarting." This... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 27 March 2016
Comments: 7
At the time of writing this blog, Jason Day has overcome Jordan Spieth in WGC rankings and now sits at the world's #1 in golf. Just two days ago Jason Day was interviewed on TV, and he elaborated on issues he has been having this week that center around back spasms. Mr. Day has the makings of a great golf swing and is very athletic. He has a good... Read More
Authored by: Don Trahan
Posted on: 26 March 2016
In order to execute a proper vertical lift in your backswing, your bottom hand must be actively engaged in keeping the club from laying off when you take the club back and up. It's a natural lift, so you don't need to take the club away low or over-extend with your arms. Just allow the club to lift vertically while making sure you stay out of the... Read More