DJ Plays A Hole On The Golf Course

Here is a taste of what I would like to do for the upcoming “Project 2018” video – showing how MCS plays on the course.

I thought I would be able to get more video than the one hole played in the video clip, at Pheasant Run GC in Sharon, Ontario on Monday.

The Welshman and I decided against distracting the other players in our group with video-recording, as it was a charity event scramble and we were in a foursome.

Welshman did get my drive on the 2nd hole we played, which was around 385 yards.  I blasted a drive down the fairway, aiming at the spot where the red “X” is:

I cracked a nice drive that finished much nearer to the green from where we hit our approaches, my ball finishing around where the yellow “X” would be:

The rules dictated that the groups had to use a minimum of 3 tee shots from each player, so when a 2nd player in our group hit the fairway in a nice enough position (162 yards out) in order to save my tee shots should they be required.

We all hit our shots, and mine was the closest about 6 feet (2m) right, hole-high.  If memory serves, I just missed the putt after pulling it, and the next in our group, whose tee shot we had played from, drained it for our group bird.

Something fun – if you watch the video in full-screen, you might be able to catch the ball flight on my drive.

Another thing you might notice is that I play very quickly.  With MCS, you only have to determine your distance, what type of shot you want, choose the club, and get over the ball and pull the trigger.

When you have a standard model for all clubs in the bag, there’s very little to adjust.  You could say I was sitting a little more into the address than usual on my 8 iron approach shot, but that’s because the ball was below my feet.

Little adjustments to the basic model are all you need when playing golf with your MCS Golf Swing model!

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