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M-SYSTEM

M-SYSTEM

The M-System is a 5-tier instructional plan designed to simplify the game and build your skills for every type of swing. It doesn’t matter if you’re just starting out or if you have been playing for years at a high level. We’ll go step-by-step through every aspect of the sport from basic setup to advanced theory and swing drills. Each video explores a new aspect of the game to give you a greater understanding of what’s happening when your club hits the ball. Every level increases its focus as you increase your ability. I promise you, golf is not overly difficult. You just have to unlock the game that works best for you. And this is exactly what The M-System is designed to do.

M-SYSTEM
  • M1: SWING CONCEPTS - OVERVIEW

    Understanding basic swing concepts is the number one key skill in a golf swing. It is universal across all sports. How the trail arm lines up with the club, racket, Bat or stick is the same. The value of this skill is monumental in achieving maximum control and force into the ball. That is what c...

  • M1: PUTTING

    Start with standing upwright with the putter in your trail hand. Your weight should be even in your feet. Your toes quiet. Line your trail forearm up with the putter shaft. It should be pointed just above your belly button. Then push your hips back keeping your toes quiet. Place the putter head b...

  • M1: HAND ACTION

    Once you set up to the ball on balance and with your trail forearm in line with the putter shaft. Now as you swing your arm back and forth and your forearm pushes the soft through the impact area. Now your trail wrist allows the putter head to swing with no twisting in the wrist. Wether you hold ...

  • M1: CONTROLLING GRIP, PATH, AND FACE

    To control path and face. First set up with the putter more in the palm of your hands. Then line your trail forearm up with the putter. Now push your hips back. Set the putter behind the ball. Make a stroke with either just your trail hand and or with both hands. The task is to roll the line. If ...

  • M1: TEMPO

    Finding your individual tempo is very important. You find it with your putter. Just hit a few puts with no target or technique in mind. Once you find a tempo that feels comfortable it should stay constant through out your game. If it changes it changes your sequence and then also your timing. Tou...

  • M1: PUTTING SUMMARY

    Putting first establish line of compression. Then develop posture. Now your trail forearm pushes the shaft through the ball. Then you allow your wrist to flex and extend not twist. Now make the ball roll and finally find your tempo and maintain it.

  • M1: CHIPPING THE BALL IN THE AIR

    Chipping is just off green putting. The ball gets in the air because of the loft in the face. Set up with your weight or force slightly on your lead foot. This changes the angel of approach to the ball. You are catching the ball on the face then brushing the ground. The loft of the face gets the ...

  • M1: PITCHING WITH ONE ARM

    You use your trail arm. Set up with the ball off your back foot. You swing your arm but your shoulder stays fairly stationary. You are learning to swing your arm independent of your shoulder moving. This is an important skill for speed. You catch the ball on the face and let your arm swing throug...

  • M1: PITCHING TRAJECTORY

    Learning how to control trajectory with one arm is a basic skill. As you pitch balls with just your trail arm. The relationship of your knuckles to your wrist is what changes the loft or angel of the face. The father your knuckles are behind or to the right in a right handed player the lower the ...

  • M1: PIVOT

    The pivot or rotation of the body has to be in sync with the club motion. The key with pitching is as the club moves through impact your lead leg pushes your lead hip socket farther away from the ball than it was at address. Also your trail shoulder moves level not down through impact. Timing the...

  • M1: SWING CONCEPTS - CHALLENGE

    Using the same wedge. Hit three different trajectories and make the ball go the same distance. You do this by the relationship of your trail hand knuckles to the wrist. The farther behind the wrist at impact the knuckles are the lower the ball flight. Being able to achieve the same distance with ...

  • M1: SWING CONCEPTS - SPORTS CONNECT

    First to feel line of compression. Take a bat or a stick. You can do it from your knees or standing. Just take the bat and hit a bag or a tree or a tire. Feel how your trail arm lines up with and pushes the stick or bat into the object. That is what happens in a golf swing. The other is just get ...

  • M1: SWING CONCEPTS - FITNESS

    Doing certain exercises not only helps your swing but gives you an understanding of who you are motion wise. Start by lying on the ground with your feet up in a chair. Just let your lower back relax into the ground. Then breath from your diaphragm. This relaxes your body and create a neutral pelv...

  • M1: SWING CONCEPTS - REVIEW

    Understanding these basic swing concepts is pivotal to having a great golf game. Line of compression is the relationship of trail forearm to club shaft. Second is set up, now roll the ball. Then add both hands. The next step is off green putting. Set up change and angle of approach changes. Pitch...

  • M2: THE LEVER SYSTEM - OVERVIEW

    The lever system starts with the proper grip that allows the joints of the wrists to work correctly for the most speed and control. Then it becomes how well can you control the face. Once you have those two it becomes where does most of your speed come from. How do you get your arms into the corr...

  • M2: LEVER SYSTEM GRIP

    Grip is the first and possibly the most important skill or task. How your hands are on the club determine what you are going to have to do to square the face. Your lead hand goes on how you're arm hangs. This is so when the momentum of the club pulls on your arm the grip squares the face. This is...

  • M2: GRIP INSTINCT

    Instinctively if you take the club in your lead hand to hit something you will put the club more in the fingers. Your hand will be in what is called a strong position. When you chip the ball with just that hand you will not want to rotate the face. Your wrist just hinges back and forth as your ar...

  • M2: FACE CONTROL

    Once you have a proper grip then it becomes how your hands control the face. To learn this you need to hit different shots. How your hands manipulate the face is what makes the ball curve. You need to curve the ball to the left, to the right, and be able to hit it straight. Practicing these curve...

  • M2: LOOK COOL DRILL

    The look cool drill is really where a large part of your speed comes from. This is critical that this action becomes second nature. Your lead arm is not a puller. It is more a rotator than it is a puller. Your trail hand works like it does on a tennis racket. The handle swings to a point. Then it...

  • M2: THROW THE CLUB DRILL

    If you just sit in a chair and take the club set it on your trail shoulder with your arms relaxed. The handle of the club is pointed straight away from you. Then just direct the momentum of the club out away from you and let the arms and wrists react. There is no of very little rotation in your b...

  • M2: THROW THE CLUB DRILL - KNEES

    Hitting balls off your knees is a great way to start to put two things together. One the lever system.Two the path or plane that the club swings on. As you hit balls off your knees the first thing is to focus on the hinging, unhinging and rehanging of the wrists. Then as you hit the ball you must...

  • M2: ARM DROP WITHOUT TENSION

    First set up without a club. Make a backswing. Let your shoulders turn then just let your arms drop without moving your shoulders. Once you can do that then as your arms drop let your shoulders follow your arms. Then take your club and copy the same routine. Set up in a closed stance. That gets y...

  • M2: WEIGHT OF THE CLUBHEAD

    Take the club and turn it around. Hold the club head end. Swing the club back and forth. Try to feel the weight of the club as it swings and the arch it is in. Then turn the club around hold the grip end and do the same thing. It will be much easier to feel the force in the club as it swings. And...

  • M2: WRIST HINGE

    Your hands are your swing. If you use them in a certain manner. It becomes significantly easier to control the ball. Your lead hand basically hinges and unhinges. Your trail hand flexes and extends. There is very little fact rotation relative to your swing arch. Also if your lead hand is in this ...