Something to think about when Tiger Woods plays in the Bridgestone this weekend (no cuts, so Tiger will play four rounds) – keep an eye on that modern swing “separation” that the announcers and analysts just love, for some reason…updated at bottom
The most noticeable thing I see when comparing modern golf swings with the restricted hip action on the back swing is what happens with the “disconnect.”
August 1st is tomorrow, and it’s a new beginning at Wax Golf! I have removed the MPS “B” or Playing Swing video and all previous MCS videos from downloading availability, so I hope that everyone who wanted any of them took advantage while they were still available.
Moving on, I have noticed new traffic to the site with my resumption of PGA Tour player analyses and especially the Ben Hogan Project, and that is the perfect time to re-boot Wax Golf for those who are unfamiliar with the previous terminology regarding the MCS swing philosophy.
Originally posted on the DJ Watts Golf blog on July 24, 2013.
Note: This is being re-posted because if you’re looking to swing MCS or like Ben Hogan, you will need to use LSL.
The most effective golf swing uses both sides of the body, and while most people think only of the power side (right hand and arm for right-handed swingers), the leading side plays an integral role in swinging MCS, and Hogan definitely used LSL.