I have been working on my MCS Golf Swing model since the season began again, and the first half-dozen sessions I’ve had were just to try to tune my swing to the optimal model’s stance and mechanics.
I did get into the 180’s in ball speed mph last summer once I was into the swing of things, but of course that’s after a few weeks of work, so I knew I wouldn’t be that high yet just getting into the season.
I turned 48 this past winter and I’m feeling my age, and the strange thing that I think I’m getting as much out of my swing as I did in my younger days – but through better technique and more solid contact in my ball-striking.
I am planning to get a session in on a state of the art launch monitor next week to get some numbers for everyone on the MCS Golf Swing as I perform it.
The shame of having most of my readership spread around the globe is that I’ve been able to work or spend time with just a handful of WAX Golfers who can verify what the MCSswing methodology does for you when you get it down at even a basic level.
I spent some time at the range yesterday, and I’m telling you friends, all I’ve been needing since the long winter has finally ended is some swing work and practice time to get the “swing machine” going full steam.
That question is, “How can you justify the Modern Golf Swing principles when players are injuring themselves swinging 250 gram drivers?!?”
I’ll continue the thought – you can drive a ball 300 yards with any type of swing, but how do you or can you say Modern Golf Swing principles are the ones to use when players can’t stay healthy swinging that way?
Thanks to Chief for the tidbit of Tiger Woods news about which no one seems to be talking, though it could very well portend something very ominous about the length of his latest comeback.
As I’ve said even though we here joke about the WAX Golf curse (there have been a few times I looked at a successful golfer’s swing and pointed out some mechanical issues only to have said golfer go down with an injury within days or weeks), I don’t have a crystal ball, I only point out dangers that may or may not cause injury.