Constantly Work On Loosening Your Wrists

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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+

4 Responses to “Constantly Work On Loosening Your Wrists”

  1. August 17, 2015

    PhilipBarry

    Hi Paul. Philip here. Just a quick question about keeping the grip intact right throughout the swing. I think you’ve already answered it but I just want to be sure. I think in my efforts to loosen up my wrists, have powerless arms and keep grip pressure light – the fingers on my right hand tend to loosen and slip off the grip a little through impact and follow through. Am I correct in thinking that the grip should always be totally intact – no change – from the start of the swing to the finish?

    Thanks as always for all the tips and advice. It’s like I’m still only beginning to ‘get it’ even though I feel I’ve been trying to get it for ages!!!!!! The impulse to ‘hit’ that golfball is very hard to overcome!!!!

    • August 17, 2015

      Paul Wilson

      Philip,

      The grip should be intact. This took me years to get. I got it once I loosened my wrists. No matter what I did before it never worked. Now, I don’t even think about it.

      If you are letting go with the right hand through impact your grip is letting go. You need to be 8 out of 10 through impact but with loose wrists.

      I really wouldn’t spend any time on this. Building great swing positions is more important right now. Once you have a great swing (that looks like a pros swing) then work on the subtleties like this.

  2. August 17, 2015

    RobertEadie

    Hi Paul need help to stop hitting at ball rather than hitting through the ball all your advice is simple to understand and very good. Robert

    • August 17, 2015

      Paul Wilson

      Robert,

      Glad you like it. Thanks,

      If you are hitting you need another thought to replace the thought of hitting.

      Think:

      Coil going back – uncoil coming down.

      or think of my follow through positions

      or think of your downswing trigger

      or think of not hitting anything

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