I was hitting balls today at the range when I made a little stance adjustment with my irons at address, and I believe I had a little “Eureka” moment that brought me even closer to my ultimate swing theory goal – the perfect athletic address position.
Of course, the MCS position has very little about which to complain. In fact, there’s nothing wrong with it. However, this whole swing theory business is not like mathematics, where something is either right or wrong. Something may fine, but another thing may be better.
In fact, dare I say that you may find perfection in something if you try long and hard enough. My opinion, as I’m sure many others would disagree.
Anyways, before I continue, this is what C.B. had to say in an email to me about when he went in for a club fitting last week. He’s hitting the ball so well that he is having to get new equipment to match his added power and swing speed;
As a side note the fitter was amazed at the accuracy of my shots, I grouped the balls right around each other, so definitely a repeatable swing. He checked my alignment stance posture grip and said also he was amazed I got it right. Most amateurs have parts of it wrong. That’s a compliment to your trifecta in MCS 2.0.
So once again, the Fundamentals Trifecta laid out in the MCS original and 2.0 is bang-on, that isn’t something I’m going to change. What I’m talking about is basically adjustments to my own body position inside the proper Address Stance that I’m fiddling with.
I didn’t get any video, as I was working on something that I hadn’t yet figured out completely in the way I like to break things down later at home and make sure I understand fully the change I’m making and why it’s better.
But I was definitely noticing something in my ball-striking after making the adjustment with my irons and wedges. I’m going to think a little more about things tonight and move up to the Driver on my next range session, and if things go well, I should have some video or address stance photos to share.