MalaskaGolf.com is a powerful site with over a thousand videos to watch and learn. The best way to use the site and simplify the golf game is to understand The M-System.
You need to have a process each day. Begin with step one, execute that, and move to the next step. Work on something different with your swing, but there must be a base product and a base start.
Mike has a routine that he does every day. He starts with his right hand making little shots, then adds a little pivot. Mike moves to his grip, getting both hands on the club and making swings. As that begins working, he adds the L to L drill and hits a few shots. Complete all those drills from M1 and M2 before going any further.
People keep wanting more information, so we do more videos that help you better understand The M-System. Mike might make some adjustments, work on tempo, and see if that works. Again, having a solid understanding of a few basic concepts to work from is essential.
If you want to simplify the game, go through The M-System and if you have a question about a specific part of The M-System, go to a drill that reflects it in the Drill Center.
Simplifying is about step one, the clubface, and the ball. Then it is face control and how the face makes the ball go. Next is how your hands control the clubface, your posture and working with your arms in an arc, your wrists, and getting your body to work.
These are the basic fundamentals you should have. Once you master these skills, you can start adding different things to your swing. If you become good at The M-System and start adding things to it, things will make sense. If you don’t have the fundamental skills down,
then adding to it won’t make you any better.
Mike stresses that it is all about consistency. People tend to move on too quickly, try too many different things, and need to spend more time perfecting something.
Mike has spent his entire life getting good at three things. Jack Nicklaus also worked on those three things and a few other skills.
Watch the videos and start with the concepts of The M-System and build on them. Every day is an opportunity to reinvent yourself and start over.
Mike starts with the basics every time he goes to the range.