I’d have to say that, even on the first day, I definitely improved my leverage. I am almost never in the 170s mph ball speed when I am working on a swing move, but today, I hit up to 178 mph ball speed.
When you hear the contact at impact, you’ll know that I was for sure getting more solid contact and putting a little mustard on it with the improved leverage:
I also proved my theory that the body’s top position more than the shaft angle at the top influences swing plane, as I didn’t try to have a parallel shaft at the top, and yet still came down looking like below, without any effort to control the plane coming down:
That’s because even with the proper wrist angle, I still get a lot of shoulder turn and because I don’t dead-straighten my left arm, the club goes past parallel but is still in the proper angle to my arm, which is at the appropriately shallow angle at the top:
Now, my most long-time readers among WAX Nation should see the influence of loading the swing like Mike Dunaway in the leg and body action through impact looking face-on:
By using the body to leverage the club, and now I’m using even more body with the more optimal arm angle at the top, all I have to do is work the hips and legs with the weight shift to the leading foot, and there, you have the “judo leverage” that it provides.
I’ll soon be in the final editing stage for the upcoming “MCS – Project 2018,” but I’ll make sure to include the explanation of why this is the way you want to leverage your club, although it is simply explained in the “E = MCS” swing video from last summer.
In other words, if I had been closer to the MCS Golf Swing theory in my own swings from that video, I would have been doing it like today.
Won’t be long now!
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