elcome to DunawayLong.com, the official website of Mike Dunaway. I’d like to personally thank you for visiting, as I am excited about finally having a home for the lifetime of experiences and learned golfing techniques that have made me, by many folks standards, the greatest driver of the golf ball of all time.
My mentor in golf and in life was Mike Austin, who I had the privilege to learn from for over 20 years. A special thanks go out to Mike, as well as Ely Callaway and Dick Helmstetter with Callaway Golf, who supported me throughout my career. Along with a little hard work, I developed a repeatable and extremely powerful golf swing. At DunawayLong.com, you will not find the “folklore and bar talk” that is being passed around youtube and amongst those conjecturing on how my swing works. You will get the “real deal”, direct from me.
Thanks again for stopping by, and be sure to come back often as we will be adding never before seen video footage and other offerings in the near future.
Enjoy your search to be Dunaway Long– Mike
This dated footage is from Mike Dunaway’s personal collection. The video starts with a sit down discussion covering topics ranging from the action of the wrists in releasing the club head, to Hogan’s “secret”, to a two decades old prediction regarding Tiger Wood’s back. The second half of the session is a backyard swing lesson that covers key techniques, and shows the respect, admiration, and friendship these men shared for each other.
It is the last recorded instructional session between these two greats.
I have watched "Escape Force Motion: The One Thought Golf Swing 10 times then went and played 20 holes (walking) with Andrea---Wow! I had not even tried it out on the range yet---I was driving the ball so straight and with effortless power landing it in the middle of fairways. My ball trajectory was the best I have ever seen it. Now I have always been straight but short and even with all the schooling I got from Mike Austin during his last 2 years which I was with him 4 days a week with him putting me on the Flammer, looking at and commenting on my swing videos, showing me everything---and since his death I have watched all his videos 100s of times each I was still missing something because I never got the distance. In "Escape Force Motion" Mike has made it so simple that everything clicked for me---today I saw the most incredible results---I was using old set of clubs because my playing set was elsewhere---Ping Eye 2 Blue Dot Old irons and everything else mismatched---played in the 70's near par with only 2 bogeys, 2 birdies since we jumped around on the course it was not all the holes but we did play 20 holes. I may have convinced Andrea to listen to me after today! Ha Ha. She thought I was somebody else or Mike Austin had jumped into my skin (I putted real good too using the same Escape Force Motion on a smaller scale) I even called Mike Dunaway during play as I was so pumped up from the results. I had to visit Verizon for my IPhone account there and talked with Jesse a young guy who is trying to play Golf I showed him the new web site and told my story of what happened with me today and he was going to order a copy. I hope you will give it a look because Mike has made it so simple and easy to understand. This what Golf really needs to get more success with our students so they get more Fun and enjoyment out of playing this great Game.
Every golfer, don’t care who they are, from multiple major winning tour pros to the weekend four baller, has visited the MumbleShed. It’s a more popular destination than you might think. A visit normally goes along hand in hand with those repeating first tee jitters, the yipped two footer to close out a Nassau, a topped 8 iron into the water on a par 3, a cold shanked sand wedge after nearly driving a short par 4, losing a 5 stroke lead on a final round Sunday, spraying it out of bounds on 18 when you have your lifetime low score in the balance, not being able to pull the trigger, chilly dipping a chip on the final hole to lose your member-guest, and on, and on. For every one of the millions of golfers out there, there are 5 times the number of MumbleShed moments.
In Loving Memory, Mike Dunaway, February 1, 1955 to September 29, 2014