These swings are from Monday, when I went to the range to get in some swing work and to focus on that “One Major Move” with the right arm and side.
I wasn’t swinging all-out, probably in the low-170 mph range with the regular driver (I had the radar out to keep an eye on the speed), but when I got home to look at the video, I was scratching my head.
I’ll be honest, it looks to me as though I’m barely swinging.
This is how quiet and relaxed one can look while generating professional-grade speed on their swings – so how does a swing like that get 170 mph ball speed when the PGA Tour players are JUMPING out of their shoes to get the same velocity, or even less, considering the average ball speed on Tour is around 165 mph?
The answer, of course, is LEVERAGE, and when leveraged properly, you get all of the good stuff that comes with higher club impact and ball speed, without all of the negative effects of what happens when you’re trying to get the speed with brute muscle power and compensations.
As I said in the trailer for the “E = MCS” video – it doesn’t get any simpler than this…
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