Backswing

Extended But Not Locked

By at March 5, 2014 | 12:00 pm | 6 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain talk about how stiff the lead arms should be in the backswing.  Keeping this arm too stiff can hamper the downswing and feeling the loose wrist hinge that you should be trying to feel throughout the downswing.  If you are someone who is trying to keep the lead arm too […]

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Rotational Angle In Your Backswing

By at February 7, 2014 | 12:00 pm | 16 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain what angle you should be turning on as you take the club back.  Typically people are too tilted at setup.  If this is the case it will show up in the backswing.  After watching this tip you will have an firm understanding of the correct rotational angle and how you […]

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Knee Position Going Back

By at January 30, 2014 | 11:16 pm | 8 Comments

Paul Wilson

WARNING – This tip has slightly distorted audio.  DO NOT turn up too loud. In this tip I show you a a very important position in the golf swing.  This is your forward knee position as you go back.  I keep seeing people in the wrong position with this forward knee.  If you do this […]

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Indoor Practice – Body – Front View

By at December 31, 2013 | 12:00 pm | 8 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I show you watch you should be looking for as you practice your body positions from the front view while watching yourself in the mirror.  Often times, I have heard people say they do not have a lot of time to practice.  With my method I give you precise positions that give […]

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Pro Versus Am – Hinge

By at December 29, 2013 | 11:28 pm | 8 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I continue with the pro versus amateur series.  This time I talk about what pros do when the hinge the club in the backswing. Although there are different positions of the clubface, upright or flat, layed off or crossing the line all pros do this one thing.  If they do it make […]

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Takeaway – Watch Grooves Going Back

By at December 24, 2013 | 12:00 pm | 12 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I show you a way to slow down your backswing and make sure you are doing the proper takeaway.  Hopefully, by now you know that the takeaway is very important to setting a good backswing position.  Once set correctly, it makes it easier to start the downswing with the lower body with […]

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Pro Versus Am – Backswing Coil

By at December 22, 2013 | 11:37 pm | 6 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I continue explaining the difference between what a pro does whey they swing versus the amateur player.  This time I am talking about the coil and the simplicity of the movement. . ——————————————————————————-. Other Services: . Golf Lessons- More Information Golf Schools- More Information Video Golf Lessons – More Information . .

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Stop Fat Shots When Working On Moving Your Head

By at October 22, 2013 | 10:22 pm | 6 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain how to fix fat shots when you are working on moving your head in the backswing.  I know there are people out there saying to keep your head still going back.  If keeping your head still going back is how you are supposed to swing why do they want you […]

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Secure Grip Loose Wrists

By at October 6, 2013 | 9:23 pm | 8 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I talk about the importance of having a secure grip yet loose wrists.  I realize this seems contradictory but it can and has to be done.  Make sure you check to see if you are loosening your grip as you take the club back.  If so, make sure you do the drill […]

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Let’s Go Surfing

By at October 3, 2013 | 11:14 pm | 7 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I show you how surfing can help you keep your lower body stable in the backswing.  Lower body stability is critical in the backswing to not only help create torque but it also puts you in position to start the lower body first in the downswing. This is also a great thought […]

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