What I’ve been looking with regards to Mike Dunaway’s and John Daly’s transition move on the down swing is just another example of this.
The more I’ve swung the SwingRite, the more it’s becoming apparent that it (the move in the manner that they perform it) is nothing that would be new to the MCS swing model – it’s simply the ultimate execution of what the MCS model calls for in the “E = MCS” swing video, and what I have been calling the “Drop & Pop.”
It’s the “Drop,” and you’ll remember that as far back as last February, I was extolling the excellence of Daly’s “3 to 9” move, which is really the “Pop” in the “Drop & Pop,” and I called it then “The All-Time 3-9” move:
The only difference between February and now is that, through my own work in my back swing pivot and down swing plane, I would no longer call JD’s transition a “push-down” move, but rather just the ultimate drop:
It’s something anyone can do, just as is everything in the MCS swing model, so the next thing I will be doing in my examination of this is to see how effectively I can do it myself, then find a suitable explanation for everyone interested in it!
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