I mentioned a while back that, when your MCS Golf Swing model is set up right and you get the mechanics down, hitting balls at the range can actually get a little boring because of the consistency of action and results.
Consider last Friday at the TXG Golf testing facility where I was getting some numbers using the GC Quad Launch monitor – raw data on the irons can be found here – I was pressed for time and still hit two 5 irons within half a yard of each other in distance… and with less than 30 seconds between the two shots.
I only hit the two because I had about 5 minutes to wrap up and wanted to hit 7 and 9 irons as well (and I didn’t use the 9 iron data because the head was loose, making the shots and data useless).
After those two swings, I wasn’t going to hit that 5 iron any better, so I quickly moved on to the 7 iron, but when I say that you can stand there in neutral conditions and hit the same shot over and over with the MCS way of doing it, you can see for yourself:
The only editing to that video clip was my taking out some overly long pauses while Chris, our technician,adjusted the GC Quad from Driver to the 5 iron setting, hence the chatting about golf swing greats and questions about club and make, but there is no editing between the two swings, of course, and you can time it yourself.
So, within 30 seconds and not exactly taking my time between the two, here is the result:
That is nearly Iron Byron-type striking, wouldn’t you say, and from someone who doesn’t play golf, practice every day (and only an hour or so whenever I do hit balls), and just does swing research and analysis?
Not to mention, exceeding the PGA Tour average 5 iron carry distance by nearly 4 yards without using their brand-new and state-of-the-art balls?
All without jumping out of one’s shoes…
It’s not me, of course – it’s the MCS Golf Swing model in action – once you’ve got your address setup nailed (or are even close to nailing it), and you understand the mechanics behind using the hips & legs instead of the Modern Gold Swing way of torquing the lower back against the hips – you can produce amazing consistency in your ball-striking, even if you don’t practice/play every.
I hadn’t hit balls in two days when I hit TXG that day.
Now, while I wouldn’t say that this would automatically make you a champion golfer (because there is a lot more to playing golf than just the swing action and ball-striking), but for someone who does play golf, how much easier would swinging like this make to play the game?
Back Pain or Back Injury Swinging a Golf Club?
Lacking Power, Speed, Distance and or Consistency?
Need A Swing That Is More Easily Maintained?
If You Answered “Yes” To Any Of The Above Questions, The Answer Is In The Formula For The Golf Swing: