That is a humbling experience, because as we go about our daily business, do we ever really give credence or even passing thought to the possibility that we, in that course, may actually change someone’s life?
I mentioned yesterday that I saw Wax Member Humbray again, having met him last summer on his first journey from Ohio.
It was a great time, as I had also wanted to meet Sheldon Friske, a pro at Thornhill Golf & C.C. in Vaughan, having corresponded with him over the winter. He and Jerry “Big Toilet” Crowell are friends and what he was hearing about the MCS swing methodology interested him.
I am very proud of my Wax Members, as they are a knowledgeable group who collectively works hard on their swing mechanics, and who constantly surprise me with their ability to adapt to and implement the MCS swing theory applications.
This swing I’m going to show you is no different. This particular Wax Member has been with the group for about a year, and he’s part of DKondo’s West Coast chapter, some of whom will be in Southern California (next month!!) for the first-ever Wax Golfget-together outside of where I live and work.
I had a session today with a Wax reader, Richard, who is a pretty good player to begin with, with a single-digit handicap at his club.
Richard (big, big Ben Hogan fan, one of the first things he mentioned was last year’s Wax Golf Ben Hogan Project) first watched the MCS “Ultimate Leverage” video about a month ago, if I’m correct, and decided he wanted a little personal tuning.