My swing was so bad before Bertholy, and MGS is so simple that yes I think it is possible as MGS gives the golfer the best chance to make a good pass at the ball. But it is really pointless speculation, which was the undercurrent of my whole discussion with Peter, I am different, it's becasue I have adopted MGS albeit somewhat "bastadized" ( if you listen to Peter not Kiran) and better now since MGS.
MGS offers the teacher and student some mutual benefit...ease of teaching, learning and implementation.
For instance, the set up "makes room" for the lead arm to swing back through without the golfer having to by sliding and rotating....this eliminates one of the hardest aspects of the swing to learn.
Another example - in a CG swing ( and to a lesser extent SA swing )with hands high and a big shoulder turn, the whole right side; shoulder and elbow become "disconnected" from the body as Kiran would say. Thus the Bertholy / Blueprint imperative that the golfer have his trail elbow "seek the navel" on the downswing - re-routing. There has been lots of talking about the trail elbow - drill 4.5 and the need to have the trail elbow "on station". There is not that need with MGS, it does it for you. In fact in her book she says that to feel the correct MGS TOS position for the trail elbow, feel like it is pointing toward the ball.....imagine that! Where have we read something similar before
As we speak, I am looking for a place to hold some "indoor golf" - hopefully I can have some classes this winter and I can get a crop of beginners that want to learn and take some before and afters as they progress through the class.
BTW - One of Kiran's video features a high school ladies golfer who made the change to MGS and she shows differences before and after too.
And c'mon and be honest, you know I can take it,
which impact do you like better Pre- MGS or Post MGS? You can still say 09-10 is better than 10-11 if you really think it is!
Never quit til you have a swing you'll never forget!