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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.
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May 9, 2017
This is a great exercise for me because it takes the ball out of the equation (you’ve shown in previous videos as well)
That is my biggest nemesis when I change from swinging in the air to looking at that damn ball staring me in the face 🙂
I like your reference that you just see the landscape.
So I can get a visual, where is the back of my right hand and or club face facing at its fullest arc/release with irons? (2 feet past the ball as you mentioned)
A lot of changes require you to get used to new feelings. If you are not used to them or know then you will go right back to your old swing. As you do this drill and any others get used to these new feelings. Then when you have a ball in front of you try to apply the new feeling. Doing so, requires you to forget where the ball is going and become aware of the feeling. Too many people are too concerned about hitting a great shot so they never change anything. If you keep doing the same thing, you will keep getting the same result. If you try something new you are not good at it at first. After you repeat it (I say about 30 repetitions in a row) you will accept it and be able to do it. So think this this in the future and you will make the changes.
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