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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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May 29, 2015
Another good video about the basics. I do have another question/comment about your hip turn. I watched your video very closely and it looks to me that your hip turn is really two moves. The first is to turn your left hip back to neutral as you pivot around your right hip. The right hip simply rotates during this phase and does not move from its original position. Also, your right foot is firmly on the ground during this part. This part only takes a split second. Then the second part starts as you rotate around the left hip, you push with your right toe and you finish the swing.
This creates a powerful hip turn that drives the swing.
I on the other hand are pushing from my right toe from the start. This creates a pivot on the left hip from the start of the downswing. This is a weak move that does not create lag. As soon at I do the two part pivot the contact and power improve dramatically.
You probably see this as one move but there is a subtle difference.
I am turning and shifting. You are shifting and turning. For me, I know I will shift because I end up on the very tip of my back toe. If I know I am going to do something I don’t need to think about it. I did have a HUGE slide when I was a kid so I too shifted and turned. This is when I would hit the ball 80-90 yards off line. Now, I never hit these shots.
What’s Faster … Turning or Shifting Laterally To Start Your Downswing?: http://ignitiongolf.com/turning-or-shifting/
There Is Lateral Motion In The Downswing: http://ignitiongolf.com/lateral-motion-downswing/
Bump or No Bump?: http://ignitiongolf.com/bump-or-no-bump/
Paul ,You have to check the correct grip nearly at every shot :it is easy to have it move slightly or slip .
You don’t mention if you are an adept of the “SHORT THUMB “or the LONG THUMB “and why.
I switched to the “LONG THUMB ” because it enables me to have the base of the fingers on the handle ,for more feel,and also because you have the thumb below the handle at the top.
You teach the opposite as far as I remember.
I don’t promote either of these grips. I promote keeping your thumb against the side of your hand. If you do the club will go across the palm. Long thumb accommodates excess cupping at the top.
How To Stop Over-Cupping At The Top of the Backswing: http://ignitiongolf.com/stop-over-cupping-at-top/
Left Hand: http://ignitiongolf.com/left-hand-grip
Hi Paul, do you have any preference on the type or size of the grip on the club? Is it just a matter of the size of your hands that determine the grip size – some standard that every club fitter would know? Or, to facilitate your swing mechanics, would it be better to have smaller or larger grip than normal? Also, would it make a difference if the grip is more or less tacky? Thanks!
I don’t like spongey grips. The grip can twist. If the face is only off a few degrees as I showed in this weeks tip you make lose consistency although they do feel nice. If you have large hand you would use mid-size grips. Every clubfitter would be able to check your grip size.
I like original tour wraps. They last forever and are very tacky but I don’t wear a glove. This is just personal preference. Find the ones you like and stay away from spongey grips.
November 30, 2015
Is it normal for your grip pressure to increase at the top of your backswing.
It sure is otherwise you would throw you club as you went back. The grip is secure to 8 out of 10 while your wrists are loose.
Secure Grip Loose Wrists: http://ignitiongolf.com/secure-grip-loose-wrists/
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