What’s wrong with that scenario? Nothing! Right?
Why isn’t Michael Jordan still playing basketball? Simple, he lost his legs. He lost the strength and elasticity in the muscles of his legs. Aging. Yeah. I remember hearing Willie Mays at 45 tell a reporter that he was as strong or stronger in his upper body, “but my wheels are gone man.”
The PGA Tour is about leg-driving the long ball. If you can’t hit driver 300 yards “you’re a short hitter.” How ‘bout you?
Those of us who love the game of golf - to keep playing as long as possible - tend to keep making “adjustments” with a swing that can’t work for us anymore. Granted, one of the problems is not playing everyday. If we play everyday we can have bad technique and still score. We learn how to score with a lousy swing.
With the Mongoose Golf Swing, your legs sort of go along for the ride. It’s an upper body swing technique that lets you apply all the force you need to execute a particular shot. I developed it over about 10 years. It doesn’t demand much from your legs and its easier on the back, hips, and knees.