Vertical vs. Rotational
In the Peak Performance Golf Swing, the head should stay still from takeaway to impact. That means your practice swing should follow the same rules.
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 often get asked if the Peak Performance Golf Swing can really help golfers play pain free golf.
I've had people tell me the sacred burial ground sounds kind of scary. Well, that's the idea! You should be frightened any time you even think about letting your club swing into it.
Because being a vertical swinger means you're in the minority, you've probably been offered a lot of advice about how to improve your golf game. Have other golfers told you that your backswing needs to go to parallel or that you need to turn more to see improvement? I'll bet they have, but that... more
Every now and again, I get a question from a Surgite that asks me to review a particular golf training aid. With so many on the market (especially on the internet), it's easy to wonder whether or not they can help your golf swing.
Whenever someone writes in to say they've switched to the Peak Performance Golf Swing, it brings me great pleasure. But, it pleases me even more when that person says they're finally finding success on the golf course because of this swing.
Because we use a limited turn swing, over rotating can play havoc on your results. Ian Doherty has been using the Peak Performance Golf Swing for over 2 years, and he recently came to realize that his struggles with his longer clubs were due to over rotating.
After such a compelling weekend of golf at The Open Championship, I thought I would keep it simple today and let you all lead the discussion on the message board below. Along with your comments about the tournament, I've provided you with some more talking points with today's video.
After Inbee Park won the Kraft Nabisco Championship last month, I got a few emails from Surgites asking if she was using the Peak Performance Golf Swing on her way to victory in the year's first major.