Tag Archives: posture

Fake it and you will make it

As he holed the putt to win the Masters, Adam Scott raised both hands exultantly to the sky.  There were a few thousand spectators around the green throwing their arms up in unison.  Raising your arms is a universal celebration, and as well as being a signal of victory it is also a signal strength. There has been plenty written …

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Posture Checkpoints

Golf Posture Checkpoints from Peter Knight on Vimeo.

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Correct posture: the foundation of an excellent golf swing

Builders take great time and care to ensure a building’s foundations are stable and correct, otherwise the building can’t be developed correctly. So it is with a golf swing. You can identify a good golfer by the way they stand to the ball, likewise a golfer with poor posture is identified as one who limits their potential. This clip explains …

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The Rope Feel of a Golf Swing

It’s amazing how powerful images are and their effect on how we behave in golf.  I’m talking about perceptions of the swing, not good or poor behaviour on the course! As golfers we are striking a stationary ball with the objective of propelling it down the fairway; ideally straight and through the air.  This thought of making it become airborne …

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Set up to Pitch Perfectly

Whenever I am coaching, the one shot which seems to need the most work is the pitch.  The reasons for this are varied and fit into two broad categories: players not practicing correctly or not practicing with correct form/technique…two completely different things. In this blog I will describe the correct pitch shot set-up.  Study the photos accompanying this article and …

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