Always Stay In Motion

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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+

8 Responses to “Always Stay In Motion”

  1. August 25, 2015

    TomPaterna

    Paul,
    I do something like Jason Dufner, where I take the club back about 12 inches. Then I bring it back to the ball. I do this about three or four times until I feel relaxed. It looks a little weird but I believe it helps me to not freeze up.
    Tom

    • August 26, 2015

      Paul Wilson

      Tom,

      You can certainly do that. I was talking about just before you take it back. You are talking about a waggle. Once you waggle you don’t want to start from a static position plus once you are ready to take it back think of your backswing trigger not the hands and arms.

  2. August 26, 2015

    AndrewRobson

    Hi Paul
    I often notice in your videos, and you did it in this one, you hinge your wrists back and forward when you first address the ball. But you did not mention this here and I have not come across anywhere where you do talk about this. Could you please explain exactly what you are doing and why.
    Thanks

    • August 26, 2015

      Paul Wilson

      Andrew,

      That is a waggle. You waggle to get loose and determine the speed of your backswing. Slow waggle slow backswing. Fast waggle fast backswing. Once you waggle you don’t want to be stationary or static. Still stay in motion before you are about to take it back.

      Waggle: http://ignitiongolf.com/setup-waggle

  3. August 26, 2015

    AllanLeurquin

    Hi Paul Staying in motion is a great tip. My question is about the forward press in the putting stroke. I see some pro’s start the putting stroke with a slight forward press. Should I stop that as a trigger in the putting stroke.

    • August 26, 2015

      Paul Wilson

      Allan,

      You can press it in putting if you want. There you are a lot closer to the ball so you can see if you are opening the face or not. No putting forward presser I even saw opened the face before they took it back. Just watch the face and make sure you aren’t opening it.

  4. Paul ,Wouldn’t it be better to révèrt to the old fashioned BEN HOGAN waggle to keep yourself moving ?
    I do,it other wise : I do a full Motion very slow Motion swing to feel ” the positions ” ,then when I’m back .I go immediately into m’y swing ,without making a stop ,or thinking to anything else .

    • August 26, 2015

      Paul Wilson

      Raymond,

      This is after you waggle. 2 totally different things. You waggle then put the club behind the ball for a few seconds. At this point you don’t want to be static. You can also waggle and not stop. If so this would be staying in motion. Most waggle and stop.

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