Swinging A Heavy Club (Low Heel Drill Pt 2)

low heelI am continuing the test on a new training concept to see how it works with others and not just one or two people.

For the Wax Members (a.k.a. the “testers”) at DJ’s Watering Hole  – If you have a Momentus iron or Driver, this is the second part of getting the sequencing correct on the down swing.

I have another clip to illustrate what I mean by this, and as I said, you’ll see lots of “Mike Dunaway” in this move if you do it properly.

We first looked at a medicine ball drill, and you can move on from that to the heavy clubs, swinging in much the same way.

Heavy Club Exercise – Screen Cap From DJ’s Watering Hole

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So, if you’re doing the med ball drill, good for you – and if you don’t have a Momentus club, you can just double up with two clubs, or use a swing stick that has some weight to it – the point is to swing something that is a good deal heavier than a standard club, and to use the hips and legs to synchronize that down swing from the top.

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You can also really see the “45 degrees” concept here (along with the low heel) as my shaft and forearm reach extension – that is not releasing at the target, would everyone agree?

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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