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Past Posts Removed & The MCS Videos Are No More – Time To Update

video emcsI want to thank everyone who supported the blog & the MCS cause with your visits, comments & download purchases for the MCS Classic Golf Swing video series.

I will be spending the winter ahead of posting new material on the upcoming MCS Golf Swing Model (The “MCS Post-Modern Golf Swing” model) by reviewing the old material.

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The Proper Release In The Golf Swing

Many people are not actually aware of what a proper “release” is in a mechanically-proper golf swing.

You can blame modern instruction and television analysts.

Most of those people are stuck in the visual of the “hold-off” release where the arms and hands continue to move as if to “push” the club through impact and to throw the club “at the target.”

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Do You Want To Play Golf As A SPORT Or As a GAME?

mike trout top golfYou may think it’s an odd question, but it’s a question for the serious, want to learn a proper swing person to consider.

The reason I ask is because you can play golf with ANY type of golf swing, good, bad, horrific, and you can play it very well if you’re prepared to practice endlessly to develop a repeating move with all of the flaws contained in an “anything goes” swing.

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What Does “MCS” in the “MCS Golf Swing” Mean?

The “MCS” in the phrase “MCS Golf Swing” of course means “Mechanically-Correct Swing.”

Speaking from a teaching or instruction point of view, let alone deciding to swing using a certain model, the very first question about a golf swing model should be, “Is it mechanically-sound?”

The answer to that question with any iteration you choose to pick from the Modern Golf Swings out there is simply and concisely, “No,” which means it shouldn’t be used for the purpose of swinging a golf club. Continue reading