What To Expect Series – Set Up

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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+

7 Responses to “What To Expect Series – Set Up”

  1. Hey Paul,

    In the taller set up, we want to feel weight in the arch to the heel of the feet correct? I have been told at set up you should be able to wiggle your toes? Trying that, I get some great contact, but then also get caught to sitting back too much on my heels, pushing the ball to the right. I have been told by my “pro” I analyze my swing too much, need to stop thinking, I am sure you would agree. Keep you tips coming Paul, I do see much improvement with my consistency in hits. Looking forward to your fall schedule, hope to make your class

    Tony

    • Tony,

      I want you to feel the weight on your laces. You would be able to wiggle your toes doing it this way because the weight in in the middle of your feet. You also could raise your heels so this gets you the balance point in the middle of your feet.

      Make this simple. I made it complicated many years ago. It got me nowhere. Once I made it simple I got my swing back.

      • Hey Paul,

        Thanks for your feedback, it really does help my a lot. One day I hope to work with you in person.

        Tony

  2. May 31, 2015

    johnhoyle

    Greetings Coach Thanks for the feedback .I like the 1-2-3 i am going to use it as my trigger saying it out loud at first to get used to it ,the 3 count i will associate it with “turn the buckle” I will let you know how it is working after a round or two .Please respond if you think this makes no sense THANKS

    • John,

      Very good. I like people saying it to themselves. This way they may actually do it.

  3. Paul,
    I’ve been working really hard with all parts of the swing. During a round of golf last week I really made a point of getting the set up correct to make a great swing.. The swing was perfect and so was the shot, 7 iron 174 yard on a par 3 for my first Hole in One after playing for 45 years… This swing is amazing, strokes are dropping every time I play..

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