Just as I suspected, when I went back to the 2015 “Kinesiology Of The MCS Golf Swing” today, I found yet another thing that conforms to my “aha” moment on the “tight top position” on the back pivot.
It’s one thing to say, “a tight pivot will give you as much power or more than one that is less tight or looser,” and it’s another thing to actually prove it, as I did…
It’s another kettle of fish altogether however to know why and how the tighter pivot is greater than a looser one, and the reason or mechanism was staring me right in the face!
I’ve been working on my pivot in the down days of the off-season and once again, because I’m always lagging behind the MCS Golf Swing theory in practice, I’m only now beginning to really get into the “tight pivot” aspects of the leveraged down swing.
I received the article from 2 people already (thanks C.R. & David D.), because once again, WAX Golf readers know more about a proper golf swing than the so-called “swing gurus” who publish things or talk about the golf swing on TV/Radio.
I can’t be polite about this, because if knowing proper golf swing mechanics required a university or college degree, these people would fail freshman year, and they’re teaching people.
Longtime WAX Nation citizen Lance asked a question yesterday, having re-watched the New MCS videos from back in the spring and summer of 2013 – and that question was, do some slightly differing models of the MCS Golf Swing fit others better?
After re-watching some of the New MCS intro video, “The Formula,” I’d have to say, if you’re following an MCS model from the New MCS to the current one, you really aren’t doing much differently at all.
I like to share the feedback I get on the MCS videos and the blog in general from time to time, and thanks to those of you send me this affirmation, it makes it all worthwhile to know that what I work on has an impact on others.
First, “W”who contacted me recently to share his thoughts, being a brand-new reader and who had been searching for a way to swing in his senior Continue reading
Here’s an update on Blake Elliott that I’m delighted to share with WAX Golf readers who were following his exploits back in the summer 2016.
You’ll recall we spent a couple of weeks working on his swing in California then Texas after his freshman year at McNeese State. and how his talent and athleticism just blew me away.
If you’ve heard the “Square To Square To Square” bit of jargon in the recent blogs I’ve conducted with Fluffy and you are a little fuzzy on the concept, it’s about having the neutral grip so that you won’t have to manipulate the club face through impact.
I took a swing from the summer where I got that down pretty well, but then again, if I were to practice every day as a competitive amateur or pro, I’d be looking for this every time.
With only one arm, young Tommy uses the Primary Lever of the shoulders with the leading arm.
It may be counter-intuitive to some or most, but the best thing you can try to do with your golf swing is to “swing the hands,” and not the club head.