Category Archives: Fundamentals Trifecta

The Astonishing Simplicity Of The Optimal Model

The main problem people have with most issues is one of over-complicating or over-thinking them.

The golf swing is no different.  The reason, in fact, that I have removed all of the MCS video material from Wax Golf is not because it is incorrect, in fact, you won’t find any better golf swing models out there, I believe than the MCS model of previous video project.

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6 Month Break Is Over – 1st Range Session Of 2017!

It went very well, actually – this was the first day hitting a bucket of balls in nearly six months, considering the last bucket previously was last October – where has the time gone?!?

I went to test out the new “3 Pillars” concept I developed over the winter, and I can report that, especially with a 6 month break, I struck the ball better than I ever have after an extended layoff.

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The Golf Swing = Baking A Cake

OK, based on a comment from DB Coop about “cooking” something up, I had a sudden thought about the golf swing along those lines – bear with me if you will, but it’s like baking a cake.

Now, I said yesterday that the golf ball doesn’t care how you swing, only about impact conditions.  And if you want to play golf that same way (it doesn’t matter how you swing, the only thing that matters is getting the ball in the hole), then you can, but you will certainly be lacking something, especially if you’re risking injury simply because your technique is unsound.

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Ryan Steenberg’s A-1 Long Drive Swing

rsIf you watched last week’s World Long Drive Championship, you would have seen very good form from the two Finalists.

Everyone has been looking at Joe Miller’s swing, but I wanted to show Finalist runner-up Ryan Steenberg’s swing, because there’s a lot you can learn from it (if you watch any of the MCS Trilogy swing videos, you’ll learn the same things).

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