While I may be biased in my own opinion of the MCS swing theory, I keep getting the same feedback regarding both the swing model theory and the videos – the videos are plain and simple, and MCS best represents what many used to do before the Modern Golf Swing models began to dominate instruction.
I won’t post the entire email, just the relevant parts, but this is the thing that I’ve been blogging about for years regarding both the golf swing in general, as well as the MCS swing theory:
I now have all your videos.
I’ve been playing since I was 9 and always have absorbed as much as I could about the swing—generally to complement my old coaches’ instructions…
These videos make more sense than any that I have watched. Made things more simple than any book I’ve read.
… And wished that a lot of my old coaches could have put these concepts into words as you do so clearly do.
… the plain and simple is always the best.
… BTW, I was initially taught the swing the way you so ably demonstrate.
Thanks to you, “AC,” for the feedback and kind words regarding my work of the last 11 years!
DJ Watts – MCS Swing
And I will reiterate what AC wrote, because I’ve heard it from too many people to count – that MCS, which is a Classic Golf Swing model of course, is very much the way they learned to swing or were swinging naturally, before the Modern Golf Swing garbage took them on a different (and completely unnatural, harmful and with a higher risk of injury) path.
And really, that’s the only way it should be.
When you have studied golf swings for 11 years, and when you have concluded that the old classic era swingers had it right, and when you build your model based on the leveraging principles of Jack Nicklaus and implement the same pivot action as that used by Ben Hogan – what do you think you’re going to get?
A: You’re going to get the MCS swing model, of course.
DJ Watts & Leon @ Wax Golf Southwest Summit In April – Goodyear, AZ
Notes: Looks like a soggy weekend at the PGA Championship at Baltusrol in Springfield, NJ (Round 2 currently suspended due to rain).
Jason Day at -2 and Henrik Stenson at -3 are the players to watch, it seems, when Round 2 begins.
Dustin Johnson has fallen back to earth (+7, T145) after a 1st round 77, Rory McIlroy is also far behind after a +4 score of 74 in the 1st round (T115). Jordan Spieth put in an even par round and sits at T34.
We’ll see what happens when the rain stops.
A great golf weekend to all!
Want to learn more about the MCS Golf Swing Theory? Try one of DJ’s “Secrets of the MCS”video shorts available via download.
Or you can download the very latest MCS Golf Swing video “MCS – Perfect Pivot“ based on the flawless pivot action of Ben Hogan.