Tag Archives: Mike Austin

My Post-Modern May Be More MA Than MD

As I’ve looked deeper into the Post-Modern Golf Swing model on which I’ve been working the last year in addition to making sure my Classic Golf Swing model was optimal, I took a turn this past weekend while continuing the work.

As you all know, I do a lot of tinkering with the models while trying  to determine what is optimal, so I’m constantly changing balance, weight distribution etc., to make sure I’m not overlooking anything.

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Not One “Feel” Or “Visual” Clue From Dunaway/Austin

I have to conclude that the real reason no one has ever mastered the true intricacies of the swing model known as the “Austin/Dunaway” is not because it’s too complicated or difficult to learn.

It is simply, in my view, that it wasn’t explained in a way that people could relate to it.

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