Here is something that will look nifty to some, and shows the proof of how the MCS Golf Swing model fits all clubs with the same stance (adjusted for width with different clubs but otherwise the same).
I took the impact position of the 4 clubs I used for swings in the “E = MCS” video from last spring and, even though I no longer view these swings as the best I can make, you can see what happens when you’re set up in the proper manner.
You can see a couple of interesting things, in that the leading arm is virtually vertical in all of the impact positions, even though I’m swinging 4 different clubs.
Other than the stance width that narrows with the shorter clubs, the ball position is really the only thing that varies, isn’t it?
Same stance, same body position at impact, different ball position, and that’s what makes the MCS swing model so consistent.
7 Iron Impact
Once you’re set up, you just swing your swing, and the club does the rest with regards to the ball – even with the irons or wedges, the “descending impact” is taken care of by ball position.
Meaning, you don’t see me trying to “hit down” on the ball, rather I just through with the wedge or iron exactly as I would with the Driver.
5 Iron Impact
I don’t have to say that this is a far easier way to swing with all of the different clubs than to try to create a “wedge swing” versus an “iron swing” versus a “Driver swing.”
This is why you have to make sure you’re getting the setup right, because once you’re in motion, you don’t want to be making compensations to your motion in order to get pure contact.
It all begins and ends with the setup, and this is why the Address/Impact concept from the EMCS videos is so crucial.
In the upcoming “Project 2018,” I’ll get into this in more analytic depth, but if you’re struggling with your setup, the EMCS videos (and the eBook) have the procedure laid out, so just go back and review things, you’ll see!
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