Feelings Series – Halfway 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+

2 Responses to “Feelings Series – Halfway Through”

  1. November 7, 2014

    RandyGorman

    I have seen other instructors actually suggest you throw the club, or get some tree branches, and let them go. I know you don’t recommend it, but I would assume it would give you the feeling of extending the arms and having your wrists loose and snapping through the swing, making sure you properly turn your lower body.

    The analogy of letting the club go is a good one

    Randy

    • November 8, 2014

      Paul Wilson

      Randy,

      Although throwing something seems like a good idea and the video producing from the throwing motion shows clearly that anyone can do the proper movement found in a golf swing there is no specific ending point to doing this. Without an ending point and the ball sitting in front of you you will try to hit the object. This is human nature. The harder you hit, the tighter you get, the more you manipulate the face etc.

      This is why I teach the follow through first. I want the person thinking beyond the ball as you do in a throwing motion but go to the touch the legs and touch the head positions. With the feedback associated with each of these positions you can repeat them exactly the same every time.

      So throwing something can give you the feeling. It is remembering this feeling. Applying it to your shots then finding a consistent ending point you can go to on every swing so you can repeat it.

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