There are of course some of my swings in the video for demo purposes, but the place to really look at the MCS Golf Swing rather than learn how to swing this way, is here on the blog, where people can watch swing clips until their eyes fall out, if they wish.
Below here are 3 irons (5i, 7i & PW), just to show how simple and effective this MCS setup is, with the back swing then containing “One Major Move” and the down swing, the “Drop & Pop” action, shown from three separate angles.
It doesn’t get any simpler than this, my friends.
DJ Swings Irons
The diagonal angle, which is the first sequence, is one that I really love, and I know many of you like it too.
It shows so beautifully the natural and powerful leveraging force from the top that comes from the simple pressure shifting in the feet, which is about all I think about when swinging down from the top.
I used to have an over-the-top move, which I don’t even think or worry about anymore – that is the beauty of building a swing that works without consciously manipulating things like the hands, or the swing plane.
You simply get over the ball with the proper MCS stance and shift those pressure points, with the “One Major Move” going back, and the “Drop & Pop” coming back down.
For future reference, you can always see various swings of mine on the MCS Swings Page up top.
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