However, remember that I spent years trying to replicate the swing of his mentor Mike Austin and concluded years ago that it wasn’t optimal from a playing golf standpoint because of the shifting head.
I had spent all of that time on one of the swings and of course, once I moved on from one, I didn’t try the other… however…
I also said, after a long time looking at Mike Dunaway’s slightly differing swings over the years, that one of his swings looked very much like the MCS model, with just a little head shift.
So, I finally decided to give it a go, and I was fairly pleased with the results.
I actually swung both swing today, the standard MCS model and Dunaway’s, so I likely didn’t nail either one perfectly after two weeks off swinging (and five weeks off before the two days I did swing in Chicago two weeks ago).
I still got some great drives (the Dunaway drives were absolutely mashed, I could feel a slight difference at impact from the standard MCS model) and I’ll be sharing the video once I’ve looked through it and found the best ones overall.
I also made an adjustment to make my MCS standard model a little more Hoganesque with the back swing pivot, and it actually shallowed out my left arm angle at the top and also the down swing plane!
More on that later, and of course more on swinging’ like Dunaway, but I wanted to share the gifs now while I work on the video.
More to come!
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