Just listen to Peter Kostis’ unbelievable analysis of Patrick Rodgers’golf swing this weekend at the Farmers Insurance Openat Torrey Pines.
You won’t believe it, but then again, Kostis is no longer even trying to be objective in his swing analyses on television, and I’ll prove it to you below, because this has to be actually seen to be believed.
I have to say, these guys are either completely insane or just plain dumb. There’s no other option for it.
I mean, how many times do you have to do the same thing over expecting different results, and here’s an even more pertinent question – how many times do you have to talk about the “old days” without realizing you’re missing something, in order to just be not that bright?
I received something in the mail today from a Wax Golf reader (thanks KS, and sorry that you had to rip that page out!) who apparently gets the Golf.com magazine in paper form, and I have been unable to find given the link to this article fromPeter Kostis.
However, I will state that I have tried to contact Peter Kostis several times through social media and actually even through an associate of his, whom you see on TV (his identity is not relevant to this posting).
I was watching the Northern Trust yesterday, and during the CBScoverage, you would have seen Peter Kostis nail one of the MCSswing theory’s fundamental concepts – the stable head position during the swing, while analyzing Bubba Watson’s swing.
This is nothing I have invented, of course – the concept of keeping a stable head has been around as long as golf swing instruction has been around – but as with many other principles, it became “not necessary” when the modern swing proponents found it increasingly difficult to keep a stable head during the swing.
Yes, if you watched the CBSbroadcast from the PGA Tour’s 2015 Quicken Loans National event yesterday, you would have seen Peter Kostisusing MCS terminology describing the hybrid swing mechanics (“pushing/throwing” combined with “pulling”).