If you are wondering what’s behind my current elation with UMCS, it’s because I’ve entered a place that is unfamiliar to me.
When I developed the MPS swing model that mirrored Mike Austin’s swing mechanics, I truly thought I was finished with my swing theory.
I had figured out what Austin was doing and what his model entailed (I compared it more to swinging a stick than throwing the club, but the action is the same), and it was only then that I realized something was not optimal with the model.
George Knudsonis perhaps one of least-known ball-striking masters from the past PGA Tour eras.
He is a man Jack Nicklaus described as having “a million dollar swing and a ten-cent putter,” alluding to the fact that Knudson should have won much more than he did on Tour with the quality of his ball-striking.
Ben Hogansaid Knudson had the “best swing of his generation,” which is high praise indeed, and some even ventured the opinion that Knudson’s swing was “more Hogan than Hogan.”