3 Ways To Roll It Over

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Paul Wilson

Paul Wilson is the creator of Swing Machine Golf and founder of Ignition Golf. Paul's golf swing technique is based on the Iron Byron swing machine. YouTube Channels: Paul Wilson Golf and Ignition Golf Tips. Please Join me on Google+

11 Responses to “3 Ways To Roll It Over”

  1. Could you go over the problems of bowing the wrist at impact as one pro advocated this move. Maybe do a video on the pro’s and cons of a cupped and bowed wrist. Thanks

  2. Paul ,very clear instruction for THE slicers to overcome their d

    • Paul Wilson

      March 16, 2014

      Paul Wilson


      Why would you do this. Why are you watching these tips. This method totally conflicts with mine:

      I just fixed a +1 handicapper – 2 time state champion who was told to do this. He was blowing it right and hitting it way too high. Got the bal flight lowered and had hit hitting it amazingly well be working on my release and flatter shoulder plane.


      What Happens If You Don’t Release It: http://ignitiongolf.com/impact-what-happens

  3. Hi Paul;
    This is the biggest issue with my swing. It seems to me that my problem is with the timing of the rollover. I’m not a slicer or a hooker, so that’s not my issue. When I time it properly, the shot feels really solid & seems effortless with more power. Although, I pull the shot about 5 yards. Is this possibly from hip over rotation? I’m certain my alignment is correct so that’s not an issue. I started this with the toe up to toe up drill with half shots which is what I do when I start having any type of swing issue. Thanks.

  4. HerminioDiaz

    August 24, 2014


    Paul, who do you feel your arms have turned powerless with your drills? Please describe in detail. Thank You!

    • Paul Wilson

      August 24, 2014

      Paul Wilson


      If you are doing certain arms drills you should be feeling your arms. Once you master the position or movement you turn your arms off.

  5. HerminioDiaz

    August 25, 2014


    Hello Paul! Thank you for responding. Besides the swing ma chine video,The video of a Chinese rattle drum is a good example of powerless arms for me. I can’t tell the difference right now courtesy of my mother nature’s tendencies of trying to hit with my arms rather than using my hips first. Any particular video I could use to work on this issue?

    Chinese rattle drum: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYq29v5q4Vo

    Regards H

    • Paul Wilson

      August 25, 2014

      Paul Wilson


      There are too many tips to list.


      There are tons of them there.

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From: Paul Wilson


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