Video Of My Best Ever MCS Golf Swings (Driver)

As promised, here is some video from yesterday’s session with Driver seen from 4 different angles.

After smashing some mammoth drives with baby draws, I loved what I saw on video when I got home, and one swing struck me in particular – in the face-on swing (the 3rd in the sequence), I couldn’t believe the speed in the transition from the top down to impact.

Without further ado, here’s yesterday’s work:

As I’ve stated, there is absolutely nothing new in the MCS Golf Swing model that I have introduced or changed in making my swing changes this season.

It’s simply that I have completed the research phase of this process and so I have the time to actually work on my swing rather than chase various aspects of swing theory.

So, if you have the “E = MCS” video, what I’ve been working on this year have been:

    1. Fixing my stance and setup procedure,
    2. Getting the “One Major Move” going,
    3. Ensuring a full & complete hip turn on the pivot with that basic move,
    4. Making sure I’m getting a better arm plane at the top, which is shortening my back swing in conjunction with item 3.

The “Drop” Part of the “Drop & Pop”

I have held off shooting slo mo with high-quality video due to the fact that I’m still rounding into ever better swing form with each session, so I will likely get to that sometime this week or the next, and then the countdown begins to production and release of the upcoming “MCS – Project 2018” video!

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:

“E = MCS” The Swing Video

6 thoughts on “Video Of My Best Ever MCS Golf Swings (Driver)

  1. hkgolf

    Great stuff DJ! On the set up I note the hands are further away from the body. I recall in previous iterations they were closer? How best to set up this hands positions?

    Cheers HKgolf

    1. D Watts Post author

      Hello RP! Good to see you 🙂

      I think you’re just noticing the Driver setup, as I have said in the past that the arms tend to hang straighter down the shorter the club, and as the shaft length increases, the extension may, and that’s fine.

      To compare yesterday’s setup with the Driver from last May, it’s nearly identical with regards to the arms:

      You’ll see that the upper arm is still pretty much vertical, where it’s the forearm angle that changes to accommodate the changing lies of the various clubs.

      I actually thought that I might have a little more extension from the body yesterday while viewing the video, so thanks for mentioning it and making me look! All good though 🙂

        1. D Watts Post author

          The best and quickest way would be to re-visit the stance section of the setup procedure in the “E = MCS” video, which begins at the start of Part II of the video – around the 9 minute mark is what you want. It’s all in there! 🙂

  2. David

    Bad news DJ, that driver is not long for this world 🙂 Also, you almost put my eye out with that first view. I can see how happy you are with the recent progress, what a journey it has been. MCS has the blueprint for success. Things are well here and we continue our own progress. I’ll send a clip from today, very happy 🙂

    1. D Watts Post author

      Greetings, DK – Funny enough, I was wondering yesterday when I heard the impacts on video, how long this driver is going to last! 🙂 What’s a guy gotta do to keep those club faces from caving in?!?!

      And I thought that this particular DTL swing might give some people a little 3D action. Another inch to the left and you’d be picking that tee out of your eye, for sure!

      I’ll take a look at that clip and give you my thoughts when you send it.


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