What I do know is that the MCS Swing Theory on how to swing with minimal or no heel lift – it is going to blow every modern swing guru’s theories out of the water – because they don’t have in their models what is in MCS – mechanical correctness and athletic soundness.
I was actually worrying about how to present the two different swing models from the same theory (Floating Heel MCS vs the Planted Heel MCS), because I didn’t know how I could make it so concise as to fit into one video.
But then, as always, something floated out of the sky this morning while I was going over positioning and mechanics – and that something is a visual concept that will not only make both models relatively easy to present (the main mechanical action of both swings remains the same, with a slight variance in the pivot action, of course).
I also can not impress on my long-time readers how much better this video is becoming than even the last one, which I assumed would be my last.
I have left the Advance Order option available through July to make sure everyone who has supported the blog gets this video at a bargain-basement rate.
When the link comes down, that will be it for discounts… just saying… and this is likely the last time I’ll mention it, as we’ve only a couple of days left in the month.
So, I’m going to be watching the Canadian Open this afternoon – we haven’t had a Canadian winner since Pat Fletcher’s win in 1954, and he was English-born. The last Canadian-born champ won before WWI (1914), so it’s been a while…
David Hearn on the other hand was born and raised in Brampton, not even 20 minutes’ drive from Oakville, Ont. and Glen Abbey G.C., where he leads by 2 strokes going into the 4th round.
I always thought Mike Weir would be the first Canadian-born champ in the 21st century, but then he went Stack & Tilt after his Masters win…
and the rest is history…