Improving impact will get you more distance, and faster, than trying to increase club impact speed.
He won 18 to Tiger Woods’ 14, and throw in 19 runner-up finishes to Phil Mickelson’s 11 to date.
The most majors ever, won over a span of 25 years (a quarter century!), compared to Woods’ 11 years of major winning, the most runner-up finishes, and the 3rd most total wins on Tour.
I’ve got him by probably 80 lbs (35 kilos), but he’s producing so much power that I’d have to start working out again to match him (as in swing work, not gym work…).
Question: How does 100F or 37.8C feel when it’s humid?
Answer: A lot hotter than that…
The consultation continues, and although I will be hard pressed to update regularly due to the schedule, I have a little break here and want to share a picture with you all, that I just love.
It’s all about technique, not brute muscle power, if you’re looking to increase your speed and distance in your golf swing.
I told you all about Blake’s specs – 5’10” and about 140 lbs (a generous estimate, he says himself on his mass), and how he was pumping out drive after drive over 300 yards – including the show-stopper, his 330+ yard pop from the Black (Tour) tee box, uphill and into the sea breeze on Torrey Pines South course’s 12th hole (Par 4, over 500 yards).
I just followed Blake around Torrey Pines South course, where he shot a 1 over par 73 playing from mixed black and blue tees.
So, I have told the story about how, with MCS, you’re virtually finished with the swing when you set your address over the ball.
I proved it again on Monday when I accompanied Blake on his practice round at Rancho California.