Feelings Series – Follow Through

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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+

10 Responses to “Feelings Series – Follow Through”

  1. November 12, 2014

    JuleHerbert

    Just counted my “favorites.” I have reached 40. Thanks, Paul, for you insight on how to teach golf. By the time your reach my age you will be the next Jimmy Ballard!

    • November 13, 2014

      Paul Wilson

      Jule,

      That’s great.

      I followed Jimmy Ballard many years ago. I still have his stuff around here somewhere.

  2. November 12, 2014

    johnhoyle

    Greetings Coach This comment will be a little long because i want to tell you of my progress/We played yesterday and today / the season is probably over in northeastern ohio /but the last two days were the best golf i have played in a very long time/my handicap next year will be about 10 points lower thanks to you and your team/ today i used “less is more” on every shot and light grip and thinking about powerless arms/ my swing trigger “turn the buckle ” the results got me the title of “Sand Bagger” and “Ringer” It was a joy to play that well/ now i need to know the best way to keep it all over the winter/These are my favorites/Feelings/ Release Point/Impact/Starting Down/Quarter bACK/sTAY IN MOTION/perfect bunker shots/do you recommend others ? I am also going to purchase the “Traveler Club” I won 50.00 dollars over the last two days and i sorta feel bad because my handicap was so high from the begining of this year but it will all work out next year / the boys will see to that/ ok thats it thanks Coach i look forward to all the tips over the next several months /THANKS FOR MAKING MY GAME THIS GOOD/

    • November 13, 2014

      Paul Wilson

      John,

      Thanks for the update.

      I’m so glad you got called Sand Bagger/Ringer. This is a good sign. It won’t last forever but enjoy it while you can.

      Please keep up with it through the winter. This really is the best time to practice because there is no ball to hit. Keep making the positions perfect. Then you should start out next season playing great golf. Lots of practice swings.

      The traveler is good for swinging indoors. I still swing mine all the time.

      Keep at it.

  3. November 12, 2014

    BruceJespersen

    My problem is always getting to the outside of the left foot being right-handed golfer with the weight more on the heel and on the tip of my right toe usually I’m on the ball of the foot with too much weight. So my question is, what do you think about at the top of your backswing trying to mentally rolled the left side of your left foot doing this by pushing your left knee out an inch or so from the top of your backswing to initiate the weight shift. Any better thoughts or ideas on what I suggested?

    • November 13, 2014

      Paul Wilson

      Bruce,

      You need to work on turning better. The turn will get you to the outside of this foot. I get the feeling you are whacking at it with your arms. Could be a little or a lot but something is stopping you from turning. Just stand up. Hands on hips. Turn through it. If you do you will see the weight will go to the outside of this heel.

      Make sure you do a tall setup. Then focus on turning as soon as you start down. The shift will occur if you end up on the very tip of the back toe. Give it a try and see what happens. Also, do tons of practice swings working on it at home. And make sure that if you are hitting balls working on this you are doing it slowly until you are good at it. Something like this many be tricky because you need to maintain balance. If you swing too fast you may fall out of balance. If so, you will never fix it.

  4. November 14, 2014

    KennthBova

    Paul, if you taught nuclear physics like you teach golf, it would be very easy to understand. I’m a recreational golfer, but still totally enjoy your tips. You have demonstrated that golf is a very mental game. I’m getting up there in age and can’t practice like I’d like to, but a lot of those tips are imbedded in my mind when I go out and play. I’ve only been golfing for 15 yrs. This was my best year of golfing thanks to your fantastic tips.

    • November 15, 2014

      Paul Wilson

      Kenneth,

      Thanks for the feedback. I think people really need to understand this. If I didn’t get it for over 10 years while I was trying to get my swing back what chance does the average player have? Hopefully, I can allow more people to get it and end their frustration too. Just keep doing practice swings working on our positions. This is the best way to practice if you don’t have time or if you get tired. Just create god habits and keep repeating them.

  5. November 15, 2014

    MichaelRodrick

    If only I had found you long ago when I was a beginner, I’d probably be a scratch golfer or better by now. I’m in my 60s & thanks to you,I’m enjoying the game more than ever. Wish I had found golf before baseball, but that was my most natural sport.

    • November 15, 2014

      Paul Wilson

      Michael,

      I hear this all the time. I too wish I’d have known how the swing works when I was starting out. Instead, I think I got it at 32. Too old by then.

      You do realize you use the same 3 elements when playing baseball right? Circular body rotation/hinging the bat in your wrists/spine tilt The difference is in golf the ball is stationary so you have to tell yourself to do these things. In baseball you will do it naturally. Go against human nature and do the opposite in golf. If you do you will be successful.

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