I would ask everyone who is viewing their downloaded “MCS – Perfect Pivot“ video to take a look at one of the sweetest moves you’ll see when it comes to a golf swing pivot.
After myself, Jerry “BT” Crowell, PGA would be the person who is the most acquainted with the principles of the “floating pivot” move that Ben Hogan perfected and which I built into the MCS swing model a couple of years ago at Jerry’s request.
So, if you want to compare your own swing to someone’s when it comes to a Classic Golf Swing, especially MCS – go with the Big Toilet, and you can see his pivot move below, with a wedge, iron and the driver.
BT Hits Wedge
Just look at that pure shoulder rotation around the C7 (or the head, if you prefer that visual) – when you’re in proper position and make that pivot move, it is sweet, is it not?
BT – Iron Swing
These are swings taken on the course at Goose Creek G.C. last January when I was in So-Cal to work on his swing and carry his bag at the Farmers Insurance Open Qualifier (which you’ll remember he missed out on by 2 strokes).
BT – Driver
You’ll notice (if you haven’t already) that it is essentially the same swing and pivot action for all three clubs, from wedge to Driver.
I want to thank everyone for their patience in allowing me to complete the video – when you think of everything that could have gone wrong to cause delays, I am just happy that you all have your video to view and start getting into that Perfect Pivot action!
And no, you won’t find this action in any other golf swing model or learn it from any other swing instructor out there – because if you could have, you’d already be swinging this way.
Ben Hogan’s Awesome Pivot
Ben Hogan had the key, and it’s a shame that the Modern Golf industry has so completely mangled the explanations of how he performed his pivot.
Luckily for us, Jerry took one look at the Wax Golf “Ben Hogan Project” and said to me back in August of 2014, “DJ, I want that pivot!”
From there, MCS moved from simply a concept of how to swing with mechanical-correctness, to what we have now – the simplest, mechanically-correct action you can use to pivot in your golf swing.