I’d have to say that, even on the first day, I definitely improved my leverage. I am almost never in the 170s mph ball speed when I am working on a swing move, but today, I hit up to 178 mph ball speed.
All compensations come from either one or both of two things:
If you have any of the WAX Golf MCS videos (and I know many of you have nearly if not all of them that I’ve produced over the years), then I have to tell you, WAX Nation – THIS upcoming video is one that you will want, if only for what I believe will be its historic aspect.
I produced the simplest golf swing video I could last summer, giving everyone the blueprint for the MCS Golf Swing model in its most basic elements with “E = MCS.”
First, I might produce a “Long Drive MCS” video later in the year, but my primary interest right now is on the ultimate project for 2018, and I’ve already begun work on it. This is also something that was affecting the completion of the “MCS Golf Swing” eBook “Final Edition,” as you’ll see below.
I’ve made a decision to delay re-releasing the eBook Final Edition because I want it to be the only eBook I write on the MCS Golf Swing theory and I want to include certain things in it that I won’t be able to do put in until we’re back out of doors!
When I released it, I was past my self-imposed deadline and wasn’t going to fiddle around with the formatting any longer, so I had planned to finish the formatting and quickly re-issue the eBook as a Final Edition, however…
I found the video from Mike Dunaway in which he talks about an Impact/Release concept (if you still like and need concepts, they work ’til you don’t need’em!), and it’s very similar to the “Swinging Into A Wall” post from earlier in the month.
So, Uncle JJ mentioned it in the comments, but I couldn’t find it at the time, even though I agreed with him on the similarity.
I’ve talked about the golf down swing consisting of a “pull” and “push” sequence, but it could be misleading, so I’ll clarify the first part about the “pull” aspect – it is or should be built-in from your position, back swing pivot and top position.
Call it a secret, but it’s not one I would keep – figure out the motion first, for a proper pivot and down swing, then set your Address Position to permit that motion.
The problem you get with the way a lot of people are swinging on television, aside from the fact that the result is very unsightly, is that they’re swinging at the ball (especially with the Driver) as if they’re hitting a wall with a hammer but forgetting it’s not actually there.
If you’ve been having problems with shanking or hoseling the odd ball on your swings, then the issue could be your address setup if you’re doing everything else properly.