Tag Archives: One Major Move

Swing The Hands, Not The Club Head & Coming This Fall/Winter!

See the bottom of the posting for the “coming” feature.

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.

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JJ Takes My Advice & Proves My Point Re: The Kinetic Chain

First, a note of thanks to all the new readers and visitors to WAX Golf who have taken the opportunity to enjoy the discount on the 3 Video MCS Golf Swing series.

I’ll be terminating the End Of Season sale soon, so there’s still time to get the last remaining available downloads!

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Stable Head + Getting “Deep” = Leverage

You’ve heard me discussing the aspects of leverage and how to maximize it on the down swing with Fluffy a.ka. TFerguson, and let me show you in my own swing how I do it.

First, you have the stable head on the back pivot, enabled by the MCS Golf Swing’s right-biased “Leaning ‘A'” tilt and proper hip action.

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Stable Head & Pivot + Stepping Into It = Leverage

This is not to say that you can’t generate leverage without a stable head on the back swing or down swing pivots, or if you shift laterally during the swing.

I’m talking about optimal leverage which preserves consistency, and that of course has to do with the “One Major Move.”

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Even Simpler – The Natural Leverage Action To the “One Major Move”

By golly, I think I’ve got something for everyone regarding the nature of the “One Major Move” in the MCS Golf Swing and why this is the way you want to do it.

I’ve talked about how we are not machines, so we can’t swing like machines, correct?

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DJ Goes From A Long Back Swing To Parallel Shaft!

I would say that there are two things that can cause a swing to be overly long, a.k.a. going past parallel with the club shaft at the top.

One is having too steep a leading arm (high hands), which can make the club shaft go past parallel even without a big wrist cocking action.

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The “One Major Move” Is The Key

I am pleased to see new traffic at the site in recent days, and thanks to everyone who is supporting the site and the cause with your visits and downloads of the MCS material!

On that note, for both new and old readers, let me emphasize the importance of that “One Major Move” key to the swing, while you watch the videos and perform your drills.

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Video Of My Best Ever MCS Golf Swings (Driver)

As promised, here is some video from yesterday’s session with Driver seen from 4 different angles.

After smashing some mammoth drives with baby draws, I loved what I saw on video when I got home, and one swing struck me in particular – in the face-on swing (the 3rd in the sequence), I couldn’t believe the speed in the transition from the top down to impact.

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The “One Major Move” Is More Than “The Move”

Thanks to everyone for your feedback and compliments on the new eBook “The MCS Golf Swing,” everyone!

Now that we have everything in place for the 2018 season with regards to the study material on the MCS Golf Swing, I have just one thing to discuss with everyone who is working on their MCS swings.

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John Daly – Still An All-Time “3 To 9”

If you’re looking to see how much power and speed you can generate when you get a proper down swing release action from the “3 To 9” phase, John Daly is still an all-time example.

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