I said I had some unfinished business from the pre-2018 era to dispense with, namely the writing of the “MCS Golf Swing” eBook and with the completion of the 1st Edition, I am taking a week off to rest the old brain before tacking the Final Edition process.
But that said, it’s time to officially kick off 2018 with what I will be presenting in the next month to two months – my brand new and hopefully, best ever MCS Golf Swing model that I’ve personally shown in video clips!
And, those of you from WAX Nation who have the new eBook and the 2 EMCS videos from 2017 – everything I’ll be showing in the swing is explained and in great detail in those materials.
I am not in the habit of holding things back, and there are no secrets in the MCS Golf Swing theory – the only secret I can come close to claiming is the knowledge I have personally that the closer you are to the model I’ve developed, the closer to a perfect you’ll be!
I’ve made some good swings with my MCS model, but I am after even better and the countdown to the outdoor season has begun (I’m not hitting balls indoors this winter, preferring instead to hone my action and work on the position and mechanics with regards to form).
Keep An Eye On My Downswing Action In The New Clips…
See that trailing heel in the gif. above? How the heel is down until around where I am reaching the “3 O’Clock” point and only beginning to release and drag at impact?
I would have given the world just a couple of short years ago for that exact action through the ball, but I look at it now and it drives me crazy, because I now know and feel what the optimal action through the bottom feels like… and it’s even better than that.
Like, this action, courtesy of the late Mike Dunaway…
I figure in another month we’ll be close to some facilities in my area opening up, and we’re almost always hitting balls by the first of April which is only 7 weeks away, so within the next 4-7 weeks, I should have some new swing video for the start of the season.
So, the snow is falling outside and it looks like a winter wonderland, but I’m warm and cozy doing my swing work indoors, and (no so) patiently awaiting the outdoor kick-off.
This is the year, friends.
More to come!
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