May 7th, 2012

The Minimalist Golf Swing SYSTEM what it encompasses

The Minimalist Golf Swing SYSTEM - what it encompasses The MGS SYSTEM (as presented at the World Scientific Congress of Golf 2012) is not merely a swing method or style or even a scientific yet unorthodox way to make a full-swing. It is the world’s only 100% objective golf swing system* which results in an ‘ideal’ shot, time after time, with very little scope for error. The ‘ideal’ shot could be any one of: - Full-swing (straight with maximum possible distance and ideal trajectory) - A true-roll putt - A very reliable chip shot - A high, soft pitch (Shots such as fades, draws, pitch-and-run, bunker shots, cut-shots, shots with extra backspin would all be derivatives of the 4 basic shots). Incidentally, ‘ideal’ implies that the ball will always travel straight; the club will always arrive at the ball from the ‘inside’; and with each club’s loft appropriately presented. The only variables which would change would be the width of the swing’s arc for ball height, and the speed of the club for ball distance. The objective three-step procedure is: - How should the ball travel (high or low, minimum or maximum distance?) - What club positions will make the ball travel as required? (swing arc narrow or wide, swing speed maximum or minimum?) - What body positions at address and during the backswing will allow the club to be returned correctly to the ball, time after time? The MGS SYSTEM works for any skill-level of golfer - man, woman or child - who would like better ball-striking with less scope for injury. * The MGS SYSTEM is termed the world’s only 100% objective golf swing system because although most good golfers and golf instructors will use the first two steps, never before has enough research been conducted to develop the third step.

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