How To Flatten Your Swing Plane – Follow Up

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  1. DavidCalvert, 5 months ago

    Great video again Paul this has long been a problem of mine the one of many.
    I was wondering whats the biggest drop in handicaps you have seen from someone using your system i was on 24 went out a few after first starting your system and have a goal of mid to low teens is this possible?

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 5 months ago

      David,

      I am not sure what the biggest drop is. The story I tell is taking a guy from 95 to shooting 75 in 2 months and he never hit one practice ball. I literally gave him a 10 min. lesson each week for 2 months so 8 lessons approx. 10 mins. each. At the end of it he looked like he could shoot 65 so shooting 75 was expected. This why I keep telling people to do the practice swings. Do they listen? Unfortunately, not.

      I have thousands of testimonials so I am sure there are even better ones but I like that one because I proved that not hitting balls and doing my swing positions creates dramatic results.

      Your goal is easily do-able. Just understand the positions I teach. Do practice swings every night focusing on the feedback of each position. Work on grip, setup and follow through first. Mastering this alone will have you hitting it better than you even have. Then work on the backswing coil and wrist hinge. Finally, work on the takeaway.

      If you want to do practice swings do 25-50 swings every night if you can. If you go to hit balls do 3 practice swings to every 1 ball. Do this until you master the swing positions then you taper off the practice swings to hitting a few shots then doing a few practice swings and so on.

      Stay focused and you will get it. I would also do a Video Golf Lesson with Pete so we can check your positioning. Yes, this costs money but it is a small price to pay for a great swing.


      • DavidCalvert, 5 months ago

        Thanks for the reply

        I’m doing a video lesson with you guys really looking forward to it how ever the weather isn’t playing very nice at the moment making it hard to get onto the course should be good in a few days.

        • Paul Wilson

          Paul Wilson, 5 months ago

          David,

          That’s great. I am very disappointed that more people aren’t doing this. I would have killed to be able to send video of my swing to various pros when I was learning many years ago. This would have saved me tens of thousands of dollars as well as eliminating years of frustration. Glad you see the importance of it.


          • DavidCalvert, 5 months ago

            I can’t express how great it is to have you guys look at my swing
            Living in Melbourne Australia I have little to none chance of ever getting to you so this is a great chance to improve my swing
            Having just retired from Aussie rules football golf is now my sporting life and I want nothing more than to be a better golfer as I just love the game but am finding it extremely tough
            I have a lot of bad habits and find I don’t hit the ball anywhere near the lenght I should being tall with long arms my slice and over the top swing I think robs me a lot hopefully I can fix this.

            • Paul Wilson

              Paul Wilson, 5 months ago

              David,

              Glad you are doing a Video Golf Lesson. This will confirm what you should and shouldn’t be working on.


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