It’s a very basic premise that involves the “Line of Scrimmage” concept from the “Kinesiology of the MCS Golf Swing” video and we can look at both left and right sides.
The course in Atlanta for this week’s Tour Championship at East Lake is drenched, and they played lift-clean-place yesterday.
BT sent me this great find yesterday, and it left me wondering. The link he sent me was to a book the he found listed on GoogleBooks.
While I won’t buy the book by James Douglas Edgar, a British golfer and writer (1884-1921) nor recommend it (I don’t have a problem with my hips, so I’m not curious), I wonder if this book had anything to do with the development of the modern style “restricted hip” golf swing.
A hearty congratulations from Wax Golf to Jerry Crowell, PGA of America, and a huge part of Wax, who after having won 4 Player of the Year awards in his Chapter, the Inland Empire chapter of the SCPGA – has now been voted “Teacher of the Year!”
The website hasn’t been updated yet, as Jerry just found out today, and I’ll post the relevant links when they are up.
But look him up if you doubt his golfing prowess.
Jim from DJ’s Watering Hole found this golden nugget and I have to say, the first thing Cotton says in the clip up to 0:15 seconds of the clip, is exactly what I’ve been saying for years.
It’s been less than four full days since the “Kinesiology of the MCS Golf Swing“ was released for downloading and to those who pre-ordered the video, but some feedback has already begun to arrive.
Needless to say, I am always very excited when a video release occurs, but there is always that nail-biting time when one wonders what the people watching the video are thinking, and that takes a while… sometimes feels like eternity.
The second part, the “push” part, is what adds the power to the leverage. Granted, there’s plenty of power in a leveraged “pulling” motion, just as there is in the “pushing” or “throwing” part, but it’s the dual nature of using both at the same time that gives the hybrid motion its superior power.
The most difficult part of making the “Kinesiology of the MCS Golf Swing” video has been a matter of, where to start, and how to go about it.
So many things that I’ve covered in ten years of swing research and eight years of blogging, I actually had a writer’s block of sorts on what to begin with and how to get through the material.