Jerry “Big Toilet” Crowell has been a major part of how MCS theory came to be what it is today.
The big change came in late 2014, not even 18 months ago, when Jerry asked me to build him a swing model, as his years of chasing another swing theory had actually left him playing worse than ever before.
The whole point about improving one’s swing is not so that one can play golf – you can play golf with any kind of swing, and you’ll even see guys on the PGA and other Tours playing with swings that are far from perfect.
What they’ve got that you don’t have is all the time in the world in which to work on making a less-than-optimal swing work and repeat enough for their other skills (course management, wedge play, short game, putting) to allow them to compete and even win.
I’m working with Jerry “BT” Crowell, PGA, on his swing model which we’ve nearly got to the “cruising” stage where he simply keeps swinging the same way without anything to adjust or work on for better performance.
With him, it’s getting that pivot as tight and leveraged as possible.
This is just a quick comparison sequence I made from a driver swing of Jerry “Big Toilet” Crowell versus myself yesterday at the Golf Dome.
What you’ll see is, even though no two swings will ever be exactly the same – is that with a proper swing model, in this case the MCS “Floating Heel Pivot” model, you’ll see a lot of the same things going on with two different swings.