Note: The Model Is The Model – What I’ve “Found” Is Personal

As I indicated in my comments this week on having “found” something incredible in the MCS model, it’s nothing that is new itself to MCS.

It’s my personal journey towards replicating the model in its purest essence that I’m after, as you know, and the thing I’ve “found” is something that anyone will find in applying the principles laid out in the “E = MCS” video on stance and “measuring” oneself to the ball.

While having a Skype convo with my WAX Southwest Chapter President DKondo, he was telling me about something he’d noticed in my hip action and that of other power swingers that he hadn’t been doing, and I in turn discussed my personal revelation with him.

While I didn’t think it was anything new to the theory, even telling him that whatever it was I hadn’t been doing properly would have been solved by following my own principles from “E = MCS,” I nonetheless went back and watched the part of the video that explains impact vs address, and sure enough, nearly word for word of my conversation with DKondo is to be found in the MCS video material.

Impact Position With Kettle Bell – “E = MCS”

So, you’ll all have to bear with my excitement as I finally get my own swing action to where I feel it should be – just don’t think that it is something new for MCS about which I’m so enthused.

Rather, it’s that I am finally catching up in practice what I’ve been preaching in theory, and this is because every time I’ve said to myself, “I don’t think I can swing any better than this, personally,” I’ve proven myself wrong.

It took from the spring of 2013 to the spring of 2017 to build and refine this MCS Golf Swing model after having discarded the swing model I’d been studying for nearly five years to that point (that of Mike Austin, mentor of the “Father of Modern Long Driving,” Mike Dunaway), until I knew with certainty that there could be no further refining or simplifying the action.

So, perhaps it isn’t any surprise that it would take another year to get there myself, swing-wise, considering I didn’t have much time to work on my own swing after having nailed it all down theoretically, due to the production (and aftermaths) of the two latest MCS videos.

And I’ll tell you all something that both tickles and infuriates me – my athletic intuition or lack thereof, on how to swing – was never the issue in swinging a golf club.

It was simply the Fundamentals Trifecta (the address setup, grip and ball position)  from which to begin my pivot that I had to figure out, and I had to figure it out for myself because no one else knew what I was after, nor how to give it to me.

And that, my friends, is simply a golf swing action that would allow me to strike balls with a natural motion and balance, with little to no risk of injury, and in a sequence that I could make unconscious once I had it grooved.

Grooved… With The SwingRite… Now For Real…

My swing action has always been the same – I’ve said before that you don’t ever really “change” your swing, just how you make that swing – and all of these years, I’ve been unwittingly seeking just one thing – how to set up to make that swing.

And now… at long last… I’m on the doorstep.

I’ll expand on this part of course, in the coming eBook.

More to come!

Back Pain or Back Injury Swinging a Golf Club?

Lacking Power, Speed, Distance and or Consistency? 

Need A Swing That Is More Easily Maintained?

If You Answered “Yes” To Any Of The Above Questions, The Answer Is In The Formula For The Golf Swing:

“E = MCS” The Swing Video

2 thoughts on “Note: The Model Is The Model – What I’ve “Found” Is Personal

  1. David

    OK, a couple things …. I broke the face of my Epic Subzero driver tonight, damn you DJ!!!! I have tournaments the next 3 days and what is a guy to do .. ok, plenty of drivers in the garage 🙂 Made some great progress today for sure.

    On the 2nd note …. my swingrite is stuck in a snow storm somewhere between Boston and Arizona. I think it is afraid of what I might do to it, what do you think LOL Yep, it is all in there for your loyal band. Thanks again for breaking my driver face!!!

    The Prez of of the SW

    1. D Watts Post author

      LOL..sorry to hear about your Subzero, DK – on the other hand, welcome to the SmashFace Club!

      Good news is that I’m betting you’ll have even more pop in the stick going forward. I know that I’m pretty sure I do, and I always pass along the benefits. Going to be quite the year, if my hunch is correct!

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