It was, as you’ll remember, a “Lesson With DJ” type of video working with friend and long-time WAX Golf reader David D., on the proper mechanics of the “Dunaway Downswing.”
I call it that because I haven’t see a better-leveraged and mechanically-optimal downswing in a golf swing than the late Mike Dunaway’s, and this was the gif. from that video:
I gave everyone the tip-off as well before I released the “MCS Golf Swing” eBook on Wednesday night that there would be two parts of the eBook that you want to have down by heart, and if you took my advice while reading it, you’ll recognize that gif. above right away.
I’ve called it the “Drop & Pop,” back in the days before last summer, and now I tend to refer to the downswing in two terms, the “Drop” and “3 To 9,” which really is only a re-naming of the “Pop” part of “Drop & Pop.”
If you keep this gif. handy to watch while you’re reading what I wrote about the “3 To 9” in the eBook, you will be in really good shape understanding the most mis-understood and most problematic part of the whole golf swing, let alone the downswing.
How To Do It Perfectly
I am finally enjoying some down time, having completed this last step of what I call the “pre-2018” era of the MCS Golf Swing theory journey, and to be honest, I can’t be any happier with the “EMCS” videos and the eBook.
They contain everything you need to build that MCS optimal swing action, and now I get to finally declare the research phase of the journey at an end.
I thought I was there a year ago, and I really haven’t discovered anything new in theory in the past year – it has been the personal execution or practice to add to the theory that I’ve been pursuing.
Here was my best personal execution of that same “Drop & Pop” or “Drop & ‘3 To 9′” from last summer:
I’m going to come back to this swing above, because you’re likely bored of my saying about it, “that’s the action, but I didn’t have it naturally and unconsciously, it was a deliberate action…”
And that’s still the case – I am not content to merely formulate the swing model theory and explain and demonstrate it – I want it for myself, because that was the original purpose of my mission when I set out on it back in the summer of 2005.
I am a competitive person, and I was always determined to build for myself the best swing with the MCS Golf Swing model and not rely on others to show it for me and…
And what a feeling it, to know that I on the verge of it!
I have put away the research and now, all that remains is the physical proof with video and numbers, that I’ve done it – I’m not content to merely drive a ball 350 yards or to register ball speeds in the 180s and 190s in mph – I want the absolute best performance I can muster, whatever the numbers will be, and until I’m there, I won’t truly be content.
So, this is what 2018 is all about – it’s taken this long because I’ve been busy helping others when I could have been pursuing this alone, and that’s no complaint – simply fact.
Now, I will see what I can do with the MCS Golf Swing, and I’m delighted that those of you who have been around since whenever you arrived here in my earlier blogging days are still with me – the best is yet to come!
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