Positive Impact Golf Review

Positive Impact Golf – The Easiest Golf Swing for Seniors?

Have you tried Positive Impact Golf? What have been your experiences? What tips do you have for others trying it? Respond in the comments below the article. . . . Ross Reinhold, guest author.

Brian Spark’s videos and methods (that he calls Positive Impact Golf and maintains it is the Easiest Swing in Golf for Seniors) were first recommended to me by Scott Starks in 2016. I watched a few but put it aside as I was concentrating on other methods. But in the spring of 2017 I found that over the winter something had changed to affect my iron play. I couldn’t hit my mid-length irons much further than my nine iron. I was also spraying my iron shots left and right. read more

Impact Snap

I thought, I would deviate from equipment discussion here and discuss a training aid that has been out for a number of years that many great golf teachers have been using.  It’s called The Impact Snap and was developed by Kelvin Miyahira of Hawaii.  Kelvin developed this tool which will show the golfer how to correctly release the club.  See video below.

This device (Impact Snap) is what I show players about the release. Supination, Flexion and Ulnar Deviation. These three facets are talked about in Homer Kelly’s The Golfing Machine. Helps maintain the Flying Wedge. read more