Body Friendly Swing
Hitting a ball square and solid can be easily done if you obey the rules. The rules are dictated by how our bodies are created. What most people, amateurs, professionals, teachers, etc. do not understand that the body can naturally hit the ball square and solid. The golf swing is simple.
How many people think that the golf swing is hard to execute properly? From our experience, many have this belief. It is part of the mission of SwingSurgeon.com to dispell that belief because it is not true if you use a simple, effective, and repeatable golf swing - the Peak Performance Golf... more
The Bump is one of the keys of the Peak Performance Golf Swing but it must be executed correctly. We find that a lot of people think the bump is a profound movement in your body - it is not! The Bump is a small movement of the hips in the transition of the backswing to the forward up-swing.
There are many golf instructors today that claim they teach a body-friendly golf swing. "Body-friendly" is a really great term, but I'm continuing to see it misused far too frequently.
Do you ever warm up before a round? Many golfers think this just means going to the range before the 1st tee, but what about stretching? In any physical activity such as golf, it's important that you stretch the muscles that you plan to engage throughout a round.
It's Thursday at the U.S. Open and there's one glaring absence; Tiger Woods. I wish Tiger nothing but the best and I hope that he gets back to competitive golf very soon, but this video from three years ago may shed some light as to why Tiger is fighting back issues today.
Today's topic stems from my own observations of late. I've been noticing that a lot of students have an abrupt, short finish. They aren't swinging up to the T-finish position, which means they aren't recoiling and relaxing either. This is a big issue because cutting off your finish is really bad... more
With The Masters less than a month away, it means the 2014 golf season will soon be in full swing for many Surgites who live in colder regions. That means a lot of you will be playing golf for the first time in a while. Luckily, the Peak Performance Golf Swing is easy to repeat, even if you... more
The PPGS is the only swing being taught today that is ENTIRELY based on physics and physiology. It's the scientific swing, if you will. The reason why this swing is so popular with golfers who have played through pain is because it allows them to enjoy the game again, without having to worry... more
As we age, our bodies begin to break down and flexibility begins to fade. This can make it hard to succeed on the golf course, especially if you have a swing that is really hard on the body. The good thing about the Peak Performance Golf Swing is that it enables you to play solid golf well into... more
Today, I just wanted to share a comment I received from a brand new visitor to swingsurgeon.com. Gary Morrison found some of my videos on YouTube and decided he liked what he saw.
I'm going to keep today's description short and sweet. The video you're going to watch will simply tell you exactly why the Peak Performance Golf Swing works. If you've ever wondered what makes this swing so easy to implement and why it leads to so much success for so many golfers, you'll get... more
The Peak Performance Golf Swing is the only body friendly golf swing being taught today. That declaration is not based on opinion, it's based on scientific fact. Today, I want to give you a little background on the evolution of the PPGS and why I know it's the best way to play golf.
I get a lot of positive feedback from golfers who claim the Peak Performance Golf Swing has completely changed the way in which they understand and play the game of golf. But, sometimes I'll get some criticism as well. A few weeks ago, I published a daily titled, PPGS & The Vertical Position... more
The Peak Performance Golf Swing is the most body-friendly swing being taught today. Designed to eliminate any of the nagging injuries we so often see in the sport of golf, the PPGS has helped many golfers not only return to the sport they love, but also reach new levels of consistency never... more