Cause and Effect – Keeping Head Still

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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+

6 Responses to “Cause and Effect – Keeping Head Still”

  1. October 3, 2014

    johnhoyle

    Greetings Coach / Well this is an update /I have have been a member for i dont know 6 or 7 months and i have looked forward to each days tips/a lot of new info to think about/ the powerless armes i accepted right away and all the other tips i tried to put into my new swing and game/ well yesterday / i dont want to make to much of a bold statement but i had a break through /my first holes were so so /some good shots some not so good /my swing thoughts were coil and touch /on one hole i had a 80 yard pitch / i knew hinge and turn but for some reason i only said turn/ yes i said this out loud /i hit one of the best shots ever/so i started to take the back swing and say out loud turn almost before the back swing was complete /it was a break through / from then on i said turn on every shot/ because of that i did not think about hitting the ball just turn / i had a bunker shot /i thought club at two o clock/20 degrees left /feet dug in / back swing and say turn/ the best bunker shot ever/ it all may go away the next time i play but i am looking forward to the next time/i am 68 and because of Paul Wilson Golf School i am starting to pl;ay the best golf ever/when i do things right i am playing better than i did 45 years ago/

    • October 4, 2014

      Paul Wilson

      John,

      It sure is great when you have a breakthrough. Most people do lose it for a little while though. This is because they get excited and think they’ve “got it” so they start swinging way too hard and they get lazy and stop working on the positions.

      When I hear people have a break through I tried to let them know so they are on the lookout for it.

      Watch this tip and just remember … If you start losing it immediately slow down and build it back up again. Otherwise you can really get off track.

      You Will Top It: http://ignitiongolf.com/you-will-top-it/

      Here’s another one too:

      Lose Your Swing: http://ignitiongolf.com/lose-your-golf-swing

      Keep up the good work.

  2. YESS!!

  3. October 14, 2014

    RaymondCHASTEL

    Sound ,solid lesson ,Paul.JIM Mc LEAN has a series of photos showing BEN HOGAN swinging :with a marker in the background ,it is very much apparent that his head moves as you say ;
    With a narrower stance ,the head shift is less pronounced,and the risk of swaying is reduced ,and more important the rotation backward and forward is easier to acheive :so I have reduced the width of my stance,without losing my balance in the stronger shots

    • October 14, 2014

      Paul Wilson

      Raymond,

      Yes, his head certainly did move and yet there are people still teaching people to keep the head still going back. No athletic movement has you doing this. How can you possibly shift your weight if your head is still.

      Yes, a narrower stance would create less lateral in the swing and reduce swaying. Glad you are not too wide. Much easier to swing this way.

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