… but for those MCS lovers who can’t get enough of working on mechanics to improve one’s swing – I’m working on something for you.
I’ll call it simply “MCS – Beyond Perfect Pivot“ because that’s exactly what it is.
It’s been about six months since I began working on the “Perfect Pivot” video which I finished in May, and we all know that’s a long time in MCS chronology, during which I’ve (of course) come up with some new concepts on swinging MCS.
This was to be for my own benefit, but if there is any interest in what I’m working on myself with the swing, then I might be able to produce something by the end of this year’s season, to take you into the fall and winter.
Since the “Perfect Pivot” was completed, I got to spend nearly half a month (two one-week periods about a month apart) with Blake, whom you know is a Division I NCAA golfer on scholarship at McNeese State (starting his sophomore season soon), and in addition to the concepts I worked on with him, there’s more that I’ve been studying the past few weeks.
I also today made my best mechanical swings to date, which is something, considering how well I swung last time out, but as always, I’ve been thinking about the swing for a bit rather than just pounding balls, and thinking especially about the down swing phase from the top.
DJ’s Best Swings Yet
What I’ve been looking for have been the address stance and the mechanical action from the top (if you want to change your impact position, that involves adjusting your address, if you don’t want to have any compensations in the motion), that will give me a perfect, low-heel, extended release at impact.
DJ Driver DTL
I’m not focusing on increasing my speed and distance, which are already pretty good – I’m trying to improve my actual stance and mechanics so that I generate the same speed and distance that I always have, with greater efficiency.
As you can see, the very first frame post-impact has my right arm at full extension with the left arm, and getting through impact with nearly full extension makes the swing seem easier and with less effort, while the full leverage is employed to make it as powerful a swing as one that feels like a hard swing.
These swings (I have video of both face-on and down the line, real-time and slo-mo, which I’ll post when I have time) were as powerful and the balls traveled as far as I’ve ever hit them, but you notice how much quieter my swing looks.
The quieter, you get on the swing (look at the head when in motion to see how “quiet” your swing is), the more efficient your leverage.
Note: It will only be available on request, because I won’t sell it to anyone who doesn’t already have at least the “MCS – Perfect Pivot” video, as it’s a video that assumes you already have the basics down with the address stance and Ben Hogan’s “perfect pivot” move.
If that interests you, then you’ll love “Beyond PP,” because that’s what I’ve been up to the last few weeks on my own.
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.