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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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November 19, 2014
Do you flare your feet out slightly with longer irons or driver vs more perpendicular with short irons?
November 20, 2014
You only have one swing. Flare the forward foot out with all clubs. Keep the foot straight does not allow you to do the touch the legs position.
Hi Paul, your feeling series are fantastic! Thanks for your enthusiasm and good efforts.
Rgds from Sweden!
Thanks for the feedback. I truly appreciate it.
Hi Paul , just want to say that I have been using your website for just over a month now and I can’t believe the way I’m hitting the golf ball without using my arms of course and all you re teaching has made a remarkable difference to my game and the enjoyment factor has went through the roof too , thank you for giving me consistency and belief that my swing will hold up under pressure. Many thanks , John , Edinburgh Scotland
I’m so glad you are improving. I love hearing it.
Once you get the powerless arms feeling why would you want to ever go back to hitting hard with the arms. Funny really because everyone I know has felt powerless arms at one point in their life. Hopefully, I can keep converting people. Keep up the good work.
For me, that is your best tip of the hundred or more I have watched because it puts everything together while simplifying the thoughts and moves involved. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Glad you liked it. Hope you are doing well after the new hip.
January 9, 2015
Paul, in another video, you showed a swing speed of around 115 for a driver. Would the swing speeds decrease for each club down to the sand wedge as the slowest? I just got a swing speed radar and wanted to know if I should be seeing a decrease in swing speed as I move down from driver to wedge. Do you know what your average swing speed is for each of your clubs? Thanks! -Mike
January 10, 2015
Yes, the swing speed would decrease as the clubs get shorter. This is because the shafts are getting shorter so the arc is narrowing. I do not know my ave. swing speed for each club.
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