You would never know looking at his swing in the Instagram posting I saw on my feed this morning that Tim Burke is a 2-TimeWorld Long Drive Champion(2013 & 2015), because this looks nearly like a standard swing.
I would love to see this same swing in a face-on view as you can never see everything in a swing from one angle, but down the line, Tim is looking nice, to say the least:
There are two things, when you read the upcoming “MCS Golf Swing” eBook (which I’m currently wrapping up for release this week, and I simply can’t rush it, now that it’s nearly finished), that I want you to really take to heart.
The first is the “Measuring To The Ball” process, which will ensure that you are able to maximize the leverage and power production in the “3 To 9” phase that I have taken extra care to explain.
I’m close enough to having completed the “MCS Golf Swing” eBook to declare my near-certainty that it will be finished this coming weekend, perhaps at the very latest by Monday.
I can say that because the brute work of the writing is nearly completed, after which I will be in the editing stage on the weekend, but since I usually am very strict in my writing (editing as I go along), I don’t see that taking more than a couple of days once I’m finished with the writing.
I happened to come across an Instagram sequence of Lexi Thompson’s driver swing this morning while getting ready to resume the work on the “MCS Golf Swing” eBook which I think will be completed sometime this week (update emails have gone out), and she only has 2 swing issues that I can see.
Still working on the “MCS Golf Swing”eBook, and this is kind of a dual subject post tying two things together.
The first is, I’ve mentioned before, you will not achieve long-term benefits from a simple “swing tip” that you hear or see on the television or read in magazines, and that reason is the very simple one – the people giving the tips don’t have the same swing model as their audience.