Category Archives: Grip

Square Neutral Grip At Address + Position = Square Impact

I’ve mentioned how I got around to fixing one thing in my setup that was bothering me, which was an imperfect square neutral grip, and how it instantly tightened my dispersion the very first day out this season.

I’d like to show some visual proof that, when you get the square neutral grip working with a properly measured setup & ball position, you will come to expect square impact and a straight flight or baby draw (unless you’re trying to work the ball another way).

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Personal Victory – The Neutral Grip & Why

I wanted to mention something last winter when the blog was on hiatus but it slipped my mind with everything else that was going on at the time.

Now, I’d like to share another example of when you don’t want the “do what I say, not what I do” philosophy and show why many people don’t ever improve their ball-striking, whatever they are trying to do to get there.

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For Leverage & Down Swing Speed, Try This “Feel” At Address

I’ve been working on my own setup and pivot mechanics all winter, as you all know, because until it’s perfect, you can always make it better, and even if you never get there, it’s a fun journey to improve over time.

I would say that this “feel” for me at address gives me a great feeling of down swing speed and the gravity factor coming down makes the actual swing feel effortless through the bottom.

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Why Do So Many Good Swingers Hook? MCS Solves The Mystery

I have shown the secret of why even good players have hooking issues to a few people this spring, in person, and the reactions I got from the demonstration were… interesting.

I have been very enthused with this upcoming “E = MCS” video for many reasons, but the addition of more advanced video shooting than my accustomed style has me really stoked.

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