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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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June 16, 2016
Great drill. As a person who spent most of his life pulling the ball, became a big issue to have a good release (ie, I had two flaws to get the ball straight!). Now that I am a long time ‘believer’ of your Body Swing, this is an area that I still stumble on, giving a full release and I still get some fading in my shots and generally lose some distance cause of hitting the ball too high. Doing this helps me get back to what I know is the proper release and I already trust the rest will work out properly and I won’t duck hook the ball. Thanks for yet another drill and fix that can be done anywhere and not just at the range.
June 17, 2016
Glad you like this one. It’s so simple and really loosens up the wrists. Glad you are doing well.
GEEEZZZ Paul, you must have a hidden camera in my basement and are watching me practice….or perhaps you’ve hacked my SkyTrak account! For the last couple of days I have been “shanking” the ball. I felt like it was my wrist hinge/re-hinge that was the problem….but the more I tried to free-up and release my wrist, the worse it got. I practiced the drill in this tip and voila….all better now!
Shanking is easy to fix. Glad you loosened up the wrists. You also need to check your set up.
How To Cure the Shanks: http://ignitiongolf.com/cure-shanks/
Why You Shank It: http://ignitiongolf.com/why-you-shank-it/
Glad you’re back on track. Whew!
I have been a member for over a year and you have really helped my game. I have been a coach and physical education teacher for over 40 years and I can truly say you are the best teacher I have ever had.
June 18, 2016
Thank you for you kind words. I truly appreciate it.
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