MCS Perfect Pivot Demo (Video)

7i impI decided to make a vlog today, rather than write out an actual post.

I might be doing more of this in the future.

Today was just a brief demo and overview of how the MCS “Perfect Pivot” model uses essentially the same stance and mechanical action for all clubs with a full or close-to-full swing.

Wishing everyone a great weekend! Summer weather is finally here, and it’s a good thing.

DJ Demos The MCS “Perfect Pivot” Swing


Want to learn more about the MCS Golf Swing Theory? Try one of DJ’s “Secrets of the MCS”video shorts available via download.

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Or you can download the very latest MCS Golf Swing video “MCS – Perfect Pivot based on the flawless pivot action of Ben Hogan.


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19 thoughts on “MCS Perfect Pivot Demo (Video)

  1. Mace

    Best video yet DJ really good explanations, a few more pieces of the puzzle were solved for me, keep up the good work

  2. targettom

    “same swing with all your clubs” – so you don’t have to DeChambeau your club set to get the same swing?

    I’m sorry but how could all those analysts swooning at BD’s feet just weeks ago be so wrong?

    1. D Watts Post author

      Not the situation they were all rooting for just a month ago eh Tom?

      What astounded me was not BD missing 3 straight cuts after the Heritage, but that they pulled plug on the wall to wall coverage so quickly…it’s as if he were never there!

      On to the next flavor of the month in search of someone half as worthy of the hype…

  3. targettom

    you may be interested to know that just now on golf channel they said Cameron McCormick was not only working every day with JSpeith on his swing, but also “shadowing him” all the way around the golf course. Does that mean he is a full-time nanny?

    I’m sure it was not intentional, but the result is it seems that if you teach a flawed swing you can create a full-time maintenance job. I am a JS fan but I can’t imagine Jack ever doing this. Wonder why?

    1. D Watts Post author

      Don’t look now but I think you answered your own question, Tom – that in essence is the raison d’etre with Modern Golf Swing instruction.

      Too bad the players can’t figure out what I’ve been saying for years…

    1. Laser

      “All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed, second it is violently opposed, and third, it is accepted as self-evident.” –Arthur Schopenhauer, German philosopher (1788-1860)

  4. targettom

    There is one benefit of the Modern Swing – it means swings are less than optimally efficient, so distances are shorter than they could b, exhibit A being Jamie S. When not if the classic/MCS swing comes back into fashion does that mean golf courses will have be lengthened even more, or will they have to change the rules on equipment? Maybe we’ll have to go back to the feathery ball, LOL

    BTW it occurs to me that when people figure out they can swing mechanically correct and get better accuracy with less wear on the body, maybe THAT will spark a resurgence of interest in the game that the industry craves so badly. So those in denial about the modern swing, the defenders and charlatans, and the shills posing as analysts, let them chew on THAT!

    1. D Watts Post author

      Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson and Vijay Singh have shown us what good players can do with a classic golf swing.

      Jamie Sadlowski shows everyone what an athlete can do with the classic golf swing – and it’s scary.

      I would go for rolling back the equipment balls, and agronomy excesses (grow the fairways and greens back a little, and the rough), and you could still play the old courses.

      Barring that… better get those excavators gassed up!

  5. Joe gallant

    Hi Dj,Joe from the east coast.Watched the new vid on thurs.played 9 on sat.And was putting for birdie on all nine holes.

    Previously I was really struggling with set up, I was way too closed in my shoulder alighnment and as a result everything was going straight right or snap hook.

    I had adjusted my shoulders to square and my feet to square or slightly closed 1 inch maybe and started nailing the ball with all clubs including the putter lol.

    Thanks for the great work you put into this passion of yours it’s certainly giving me concrete advice to further my love of this incredible game we play.

    Btw, I just turned 61 yesturday and I was 20 yards short of a par 4 350 yrd hole on Sat. Keep up the good work and I know it’s only going to get better and better for everyone of us.

    Cheers,

    Joe

    1. D Watts Post author

      Joe, that is some awesome testimony, and I’m gratified to have been able to help you with your own passion – the game of golf!

      It is truly astounding (to those who don’t know) what you can do with a mechanically-correct swing action. I have always been a long hitter, but even I surprise myself at times with the effortless nature of producing speeds and distances that simply don’t make sense until you’ve done it a few times.

      Way to go! 🙂

      DJ

    1. D Watts Post author

      LOL – I am pretty sure Joe meant “par 4” so I edited that for him, Tom – if it was a par 3, he’ll let us know for sure! 😉

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