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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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December 10, 2017
Great video again Paul!question i will buy some new irons,do you still recommend the sterling irons one length ?
Thanks for answer.
Glad you liked it. Thanks.
Everyone who has purchase them so far has really liked them. They are super-easy to hit and consistent. I keep going back and forth between them and traditional clubs. I just got some Taylor blades from our pro so I was excited to try them. I guess it depends on your level and if you but into the concept. To me, it makes sense. To others it doesn’t.
I had one of my students try them when he came out. He was average. After a few shots he went up to my 4 iron and was striping it. Before that, he couldn’t hit a 4 iron to save his life. So like I said, they are easy to hit. Just takes a little while to get used to them.
If you decide to pick them up you can do so here:
December 12, 2017
Hi Paul, what are your thoughts in having your head slightly tilted away from the target at address. Will this help promote the body tilt at impact?
Your head would be slightly tilted behind the ball at setup due to it being lower on the club than your left hand. I don’t want you to over tilt. This can lead to attacking too much from the inside. Keep in mind you don’t hit it going back so pre-tilting is unnecessary. Just make sure you are looking the back of the ball when you hit the ball and you will be tilted behind it.
How Much Should You Tilt At Address?: http://ignitiongolf.com/setup-tilt-address/
Watch Back of The Golf Ball: http://ignitiongolf.com/watch-backside-golf-ball/
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