As has been already pointed out Mindy Blake approached the golf swing from a scientific position. He decided to apply scientific principles in order to establish the most effective and practical way to apply pressure to a golf ball. Three things he realized right from the beginning:
Firstly, that by keeping the clubface square to the line of flight, the golf swing is simplified, and the need to square the club at the moment of impact is eliminated.
Secondly, that the centrifugal force generated by a rotating golf club in addition to the leverage provided by the shaft length, is adequate to apply pressure to a golf ball.
Thirdly, that in order to apply the generated force it was necessary to provide a solid foundation to support the force, ie. to get the body behind the force.
The first principle can be accomplished by turning the club anti clockwise during the back swing, thus preventing the clubface from opening, and then coming down in one piece maintaining the square clubface. The golfer accepts that the inertia of the rotating clubhead needs to be counteracted.
The second principle can be accomplished by not consciously releasing the club, the centrifugal force generated by the rotating club will release the club.. There is no hit.
Mindy knew that it was impossible to prevent the release. By not letting go(releasing), the uncocking is left as late as possible, ensuring maximum pressure. (For me this is the most difficult part.)
The third principle can be accomplished by making sure that the trailing arm is in the reflex position, that is that the inner elbow is pointing away from the target so that the arm is locked at impact(spring position). In order to do this the trailing elbow needs to be as far forward as possible during the swing. The grip completion ensures that the trailing elbow does not escape.
It is clear from the panel discussion that the panel had no idea what Mindy was talking about.