Just a quick posting with the down the line swings from Saturday, in gif. form.
The thing about having the extended release is that you’re not turning – I’ve said before, there is “no turn in the swing,” only the pivot, whereas if you’re actually trying to time a “turn” through impact, you’re just going to make things much more difficult than they have to be.
If you think of the “pulling” part of a hybrid “Push/Pull” down swing, that’s the part that leverages the initial part of that down swing.
The second part, the “push” part, is what adds the power to the leverage. Granted, there’s plenty of power in a leveraged “pulling” motion, just as there is in the “pushing” or “throwing” part, but it’s the dual nature of using both at the same time that gives the hybrid motion its superior power.
This is more for the “throwing” swingers, but if you are a hybrid swinger, this concept should also make sense to you as it simply shows the right or power side action in a throwing and/or hybrid swing action.
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”).