A letter from a long time student and devoted PPGS player. Randy Wolf writes in to give a status on his neck surgery. Randy had an accident that caused a lot of damage in his neck. He now has a fused neck, and his doctor said he would not be able to play golf after the surgery. His doctor does... more
Tiger Woods had a better showing this weekend at the Quicken Loans National, but he is still struggling to find any sort of consistency he can rely on.
If you've never been custom fit for clubs by a PPGS Certified Fitter, I'd be willing to bet that your driver and 3 wood are probably way too long. I can't tell you how many times I've had students tell me that they can hit all their irons great, but as soon as they try to hit a driver, the ball... more
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.
I've been on a personal mission to find the areas that Surgites are struggling with the most. I've already shared a few revelations with you, but I want to keep it going. One of the most common issues I'm currently seeing is with head movement.
It's that time of year again! The azaleas are in bloom at Augusta, which means the week of The Masters Tournament is finally here. For many fans, this is the most exciting time of the golf season. However, The 2014 Masters Tournament will be without golf's number one superstar Tiger Woods for... more
Today, I'm going to issue a challenge to anyone who plays golf with pain. It's just not necessary and it probably inhibits you from playing as much golf as you'd like to. If any Surgites have friends that insist on using a rotational swing, make sure you send them to the blog to watch today's... more