We discussed technique, and I even shot some footage that will be included in the upcoming “MCS Short Game” video, on which I’m working right now for release this week.
There is a reference to Tiger Woods’ alleged short game woes, and how one can avoid getting the “yips” simply by applying MCS Golf Swing theory to the short game – as I said to David D., the MCS full swing is a longer version of the same action you’d use for the short game strokes, from putting to pitching.
How about hitting a lob shot from a tight lie? Watch the MCS way to do it, and these balls take off nearly vertically on the two balls struck in the video:
MCS Short Game – Tight Lie Lob Shot
For a little fun, do you any of you remember Phil Mickelson hitting a lob wedge over short-game guru Dave Pelz?
Short Game Trick Shot!
Well, I’m not going to make anyone stand in front of me while I do the same thing, but if you put a six-foot guy (183 cm) in front of me, at less than two paces, with a 60 degree LW (I believe Phil uses a 65 degree in that clip), I’d be able to hit a lob shot from a tight lie over his head…
I’ll be working on the “MCS Short Game” video until it’s complete, but I’m going to have it available this week for sure – I have a new computer and, while I’m still all thumbs working with a new version of the Movie Maker editing software, it’s getting better by the hour as I get acquainted with it.
Won’t be long now!
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.**
**”MCS – Perfect Pivot” is Part 3 of the “MCS Golf Swing Trilogy,” now available for download!