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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May 9th Drivers In Slo-Mo

I’m not going to spend a lot of time on these swings as I still have a change to make (hopefully just the one), at which time I’ll definitely want to discuss every aspect in full detail!

For now, here are slo mo gifs of the driver swing from the two angles I shot on Tuesday, down the line and face-on.

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Almost Nailed It – One Thing To Change!

I have been looking at more video from yesterday and I was this close to nailing it.

There was one thing I missed on the back swing pivot – I didn’t go there to try to swing in pieces, I went there to just swing & see how much of the model I got right over the winter.

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First Day Back With The Post-Modern (Dunaway) Swing

The golf facilities are open and it’s back to business with the Post-Modern Golf Swing model based on Mike Dunaway’s swing mechanics!

I hadn’t hit a ball in 7.5 months and I can tell you that the sore muscles are proof besides the visuals that I got the pivot action down more or less.

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Mike Dunaway’s Machine-Like Stability

I was looking at the swing arc tracer gif. of Mike Dunaway (produced for me by an old friend & reader JM) and I noticed for the first time something I’ve never seen before on a swing arc.

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Just About Ready To Tee Off In These Parts!

Good news, WAX Nation citizens who’ve been waiting for the Post-Modern Swing model (aka the Dunaway-model MCS model) – the golf courses and ranges opened up last weekend!

I didn’t venture anywhere near due to the frenzy that ensued – I got a call during the week that the facility where I hit balls was packed full with a lineup at the clubhouse door… no thanks, I’ll wait.

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Dunaway’s “Figure 7” Leverage – Why?

I wrote a post about Mike Dunaway’s “Figure 7” leverage last year and just want to expand slightly on the what and why of how it is so powerful in creating that leverage.

The reason is because the body and legs especially are so much more powerful than the arms.

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Cameron Champ vs Mike Dunaway – Leverage

I said I would give everyone a chance to just look at the down the line swing action of Mike Dunaway’s superb mechanics, so let’s take a look at the longest driver of the ball on Tour, young Cameron Champ.

Now, there are more differences in their swings than similarities, which is why Dunaway never hurt himself swinging the club while Cameron’s had back issues since his teens.

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Mike Dunaway Swings Down The Line (Sybervision)

Here is an excerpt from the Sybervision video made eons ago, featuring Mike Dunaway in the white pants and blue shirt with which you’re by now assuredly well-acquainted.

I want to just leave it here for now without comment, because it’s such a great move of his from the top down.

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Why The Post-Modern (Compound Pivot) Is Not The Modern Golf Swing

There will be some people who, rightly so, wonder why the Compound Pivot (or the shift-and-post) action of Mike Dunaway is not considered to be a version of the Modern Golf Swing.

That confusion would come from the fact that with the Compound Pivot move, you can make a full and free pivot with hip turn without having the lift the leading heel much or at all.

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