You're adding nothing here.
Again, glad you enjoy the swing. I believe, for reasons based in biomechanics, physics, and simple science, that the swing has an artificial limit or ceiling.
But I'm glad you like it.
That’s the crux, isn’t it? It’s not on tour. To my knowledge, there has never been a high level golfer that has used a swing similar to this and there have been all sorts of “non-traditional” swings over the years. If it’s the best way to swing the golf club base on biometrics, somebody in the annals of history would surely have stumbled on it.
The modern golf swing is a result of many years of evolution. People don’t simply do it that way because of tradition - they do it because these particular movements produce the desired results necessary to compete at the highest level.
No offense here, but you appear to be a golf instructor. The game of golf generates tremendous revenue from arguably an overly complicated swing. I expect considerable bias from golf instructors.
Again, data is king which we lack on both sides. I did provide some evidence that arm speed != distance. Plus all the anecdotes that also support it.