Video – M Dunaway Swing Day 2 + Adjustments

I’ve decided to only post the two basic angles of the Mike Dunaway Swings Day 2 because of the adjustments I’ll be making next time out.

These two angles will show best how things change from Wednesday to the next day.

As I said on Wednesday, I’ll be getting a little more kick-in to the right knee due to having made an extreme adjustment to the right leg position in order to get a different setup.

The reason being, even a tiny change in what you’re used to in either setup or mechanics will feel extreme, and usually when you look later, there was little to no change at all.

So, by going past where I want to be, it will actually feel more kicked-in even though it won’t be as kicked-in as it would have been with my standard MCS setup.


Besides the extra kick-in, I’d like to get a little closer to the ball to make the arms a little more vertical, and of course, the tighter elbow to the torso at the top is something I’m aiming for.


So, by going past where I want to be, it will actually feel more kicked-in even though it won’t be as kicked-in as it would have been with my standard MCS setup.

I’ve been making SwingRite swings the past couple of days with a very tight elbow, nearly touching the torso, and believe it or not, it provides more speed than with the higher elbow.

And as you can see:


Not only was Dunaway very tight to the body at the top, I was actually very close to it when I was shooting the “E = MCS” video two and half years ago, when making practice swings.

I just have had a years-long habit of yanking the hands and left arm way up at the top, which has gradually got better, but I’m determined to go as tight as possible next time out.

Needless to say, these drives were blistered, and I anticipate even more speed with the tighter top position and more kicked-in knee at address – I’ve been going at it with these adjustments and I can’t get close to the same speed (the SwingRite gives me the perfect feeback on that) without the adjustments.

I hope to be back out soon, as the end of the season is not too far away, and I’m perhaps one or two sessions from nailing it.

More to come!


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