Category Archives: Mike Dunaway

Another Twist – Up is Down When It Comes To The Back Pivot

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Here’s another twist I would like to share with you all after the “swing up on the down swing” post from last week – that’s with regards to the down swing and guess what – when it comes to the back pivot, Up is Down!

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Solving The Stance & Pivot Mystery Of MA/MD

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Today I want to return to a familiar theme.

I asked a gentleman a while back, during one of our many back-and-forths on email regarding the Austin/Dunaway swing, why he was discussing it with me.

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Brain Twist – Leverage In Down Swing Comes From Swinging UP…

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Here’s something that will twist many peoples’ brains – you get the most leverage, speed & power in the down swing by swinging UP.

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Not Enough Lag? You Have To “Leave It Behind”

There is something really cool in the Mike Dunaway “stickman” swing that I have just decoded, having taken as much of his model as I could to use in the MCS Golf Swing model.

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Why You Have To Drill, Drill, DRILL… (Results)

I’ll be stressing something in the upcoming “MCS – Synchronicity” video, of that you can be sure.

In addition to the things I’ve discussed already in the past few days, I will be re-introducing certain drills & concepts because they work

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Remember Dunaway’s 3 Planes? Guess What… MCS Can Do It Too…

When I posted a while back on Mike Dunaway’s three different planes (address, at the top and impact), I had only just done an analysis of his swing down the line to notice it.

Well, you’ll recall that I said I’ve implemented as much of Austin/Dunaway principles into the MCS Golf Swing model as I could without actually making it the Austin/Dunaway model, and this is another thing you can add.

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What A Difference These Swing Moves Made… ’18 vs ’19

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Synchronicity – Surprise, I HAVE New MCS Material!

I was keeping this under my hat because I knew it was close to the end of the season in these parts (I probably won’t be out again, as my facility is scheduled to close Sunday and rain/cold will prevail til then), and I didn’t want to promise anything I couldn’t deliver.

However, the past few weeks have been more than just my fun with the Austin/Dunaway project – you all know I’ve been looking deep into Mike Dunaway’s leveraging and pivot action to see how to MCS‘ize it.

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Austin/Dunaway – It’s All In The Pivot!!

I worked all weekend on the proper “shift & tilt” pivot action and nailed it with the SwingRite.

I had it on a setting so difficult that I couldn’t come close to clicking it unless I got into the right hip properly to create the “post” that is required to tilt and then reverse tilt into the down swing.

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Why I’m So Excited About My Austin/Dunaway Project

This is something I left nearly seven long years ago, for various reasons, the first of which was I didn’t think this kind of swing would work for anything besides long driving.

It took me a couple of years in the wilderness with the swing models until I figured out Ben Hogan’s pivot action and then adapted the MCS Golf Swing to that in late 2014, and I’ve spent five years refining that model based on his pivot until I could find nothing more to improve it.

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