That’s why you’ll see the same pivot action in a proper MCS golf back swing.
I’ve of course modified the stance and mechanics from what Ben Hogan was doing, because his pivot was perfect, but his actual swing model was unique to himself and certainly not one that will suit the average person or player.
What one needs is a standard model from which to work, and then you’ll find yourself somewhere in the ball park.
Ben Hogan’s Pivot
Here’s Hogan’s excellent pivot action, and you will see the same leg mechanics in Jerry’s MCS swing. If you don’t know what to look for, keep an eye on Hogan’s right hip on the back swing.
Luckily for Jerry “Big Toilet” Crowell, he’s a standard type of guy. I can’t be, with my scoliosis and required stance adjustments to swing along the MCS model.
So you see where the right hip looks like it’s not moving at all, while the hips themselves are pivoting?
That’s the perfect floating pivot, and that’s how you get it – by doing what Hogan was doing in his back swing.
So, my swing will never be a standard model because I deviate from standard physical specs but Jerry, you can use as a model all day long – he’s right-handed, right-dominant and uses the “floating heel pivot” throwing technique, meaning he doesn’t think about or do much with his left arm.
Others swing right-handed but are left-dominant, like myself, as I am actually left-handed but swing rightie, like the opposite of Phil Mickelson.