Mighty Maurice Allen Drives Across Niagara Falls (Classic Swing BTW)

I don’t know how many of you remember John Daly’s attempt to drive a golf ball over the Niagara Falls gorge (in 2005, when he had his reality show “Daly Planet” on the Golf Channel).

He didn’t do it, but 2018 World Long Drive Champion Maurice Allen just became the first person ever to accomplish the feat.

Lets anyone forget, Mighty Maurice stands 5’8″ and the reason he can drive it such monster distances is because he uses the mechanically-correct Classic Golf Swing action, not the fatally flawed Modern Golf Swing action.

From the GolfDigest online by Coleman Bentley:

He won the 2018 Volvik Long Drive Championship with a 393-yard bomb. He can crush it 300 yards with a putter

So if there was anyone who was going to see if long driving’s resident impossible feat—carrying the windswept, mist-choked 342-yard span of Niagara Falls—was actually impossible, it was him.

Allen managed to smash one over the Maid of the Mist, through the fog, and across the U.S./Canada border on just his fourth attempt. Making matters even more impressive is the fact that …

A. Allen didn’t just tickle one 343 and get the hell out of there. He cleared the gap by a healthy 15 yards on the fly.


So, the next time someone tries to tell you that the Modern Golf Swing is the way to swing for power, ask them:

A. Why long drivers don’t swing that way and

B. Why they aren’t falling over with back injuries the way professional golfers who can’t drive the ball anywhere near their distances are…

If they give you any answer at all, it will be B.S. anyway, as we all know here.

Way to go, Maurice!


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If You Answered “Yes” To Any Of The Above Questions, The Answer Is In The Formula For The Golf Swing:

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