Feelings Series – Arms Summary

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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+

20 Responses to “Feelings Series – Arms Summary”

  1. November 13, 2014

    IanCaroline

    Hi Paul

    The feeling series is really good . Thank you.

    Cheers Ian

    • November 15, 2014

      Paul Wilson

      Ian,

      Thanks for the feedback. I think it is really important and no one is talking about it.

  2. November 14, 2014

    GaryDeines

    I agreed with the above, this has been a real eye-opener for myself. Now I can feel the different moves as i practice my swing slowly thru each position…..Thanks Paul, for all your effort in this series.

    Gary

  3. November 14, 2014

    johnhoyle

    Greetings Coach Thanks for the feedback/ I know that /in the future /not every outing will produce the same results but i do know now that if i continue to follow your teachings my game will get better and better and who knows as long as i can play my game will improve/ I am now /and i say this tounge in cheek / i am in your power/ THANKS COACH /

    • November 15, 2014

      Paul Wilson

      John,

      I like the enthusiasm. Just keep at it. Practice swings and more practice swings looking for the feedback of each position.

  4. November 14, 2014

    NielsTruelsen

    Hi Paul,

    Lately I have noticed that you are making a new move in your pre shot rutine. You are moving your left arm a little forward before you actually take your grip.
    Is that to loosen up?

    And thanks for a fantastic explanation of the golfswing and how it should feel.

    • November 15, 2014

      Paul Wilson

      Niels,

      Yes, I have felt that too. I don’t play much so I am just trying to make sure my arms are loose.

  5. November 14, 2014

    LouisBond

    Jack said he felt like he was throwing the club at the ball. I do make better & effortless shots when I do this swing but I do lose some distance with driver & fairway metals. Irons are great.

  6. November 14, 2014

    chrisbodden

    Thanks Paul,
    I really enjoyed the series.

  7. November 14, 2014

    BruceJespersen

    When you talk about healing mass is it counterproductive to have the fiber shafts versus the steel shafts on the iron? Sounds like it would make sense to have the weight in your club so you could feel the mass much more easily

    • November 15, 2014

      Paul Wilson

      Bruce,

      Steel is for feel. Most average players want distance so they go for graphite. It does make them feel kind of light though. If so, people need to loosen up and make them feel heavy. Not much I can do about it. I am going up against big equipment companies that was to sell more stuff. If I can make people better maybe they will switch to steel. Every see pros using graphite in their irons? They don’t need distance though they want the feel.

  8. November 14, 2014

    MichaelRodrick

    Hi Paul;
    Some say that your tips are too long while I say they’re excellent. 1 tip like that would cost me $40. I just got a great one from you for $5. It’s not that the money is really important, it’s the quality of the lesson. For me, the club feeling heavy is my key to knowing my arms are off which is what I work on most. Our golf season is over here, except for the occasional day but I’ve already started working on next season’s swing. Of all the lessons you’ve done, this might be the best. Be well!

    • November 15, 2014

      Paul Wilson

      Micheal,

      I really don’t care what they say anymore. They are long for a reason. I repeat things so people hear what I am saying. And if people can’t devote 10 mins. to learning something about their swing maybe they shouldn’t be playing this game.

      I like that you are keying in on the heavy feeling of the club. This is HUGE. Keep feeling it. If so, your arms are stretching out which widens the arc.

      Winter is the best time to practice. I’m glad you see it. Why work on your swing in the summer when you want to play? Why not spend a few months creating a great swing now and play great golf when you can play. Makes sense to me. Hope others see it too.

  9. RichardBourke

    November 15, 2014

    RichardBourke

    Paul

    The feelings series is great. I will be working on these lessons over the winter months. Thanks for the great service that you provide.

  10. Paul, I really like your teaching technique and have been working on it for over a month now. I stuggle with hitting the ball with my arms, i typically pull or pull hook my shots. I have worjed recently on starting the backswing with my shoulders, and found that makes the club feel heavy in the backswing. That seems to be a good thing, based on this tip. But I still have problems starting the downswing with the arms. Today at the range, I concentrated on feeling my left shoulder turning inthe downswing, instead of the arms. Doing this prodced straight solid shots for the most part. For me, this seems to help me feel the powerless arms that you teach. Nothing else has worked well for me.

    • April 16, 2015

      Paul Wilson

      William,

      Glad you have you on board. I appreciate the kind words.

      Everyone struggles with hitting with the arms. Human nature is powerful. It is telling you to hit the object in front of you and hit it hard. I go against this because I have trained myself to do so. This way not always what I did. No one in all my years of practicing and taking lessons every said to not hit the ball with my arms. If they had I don’t think I would be writing this.

      The pulls and pull hooks are the tell-tale sign you are hitting. Your arms and club are starting first in the downswing which means that mass is moving before the axis (body). In physics this will never work. To get a weigh to swing at 90 degrees to your hand you twirl your hand (your body in a golf swing) and let the weight do whatever it wants. See your swing like this. Your club is the weight. Your arms are string and your body is you hand twirling it. Why would this swing left if you twirled your hand. It wouldn’t. So keep the arms relaxed. Focus on swinging easier for a while until you get used to the looser, easier feeling. The speed up ONLY the lower body to make the club swing faster. If your body turns before your arms come down you will hit it dead straight.

      Forget the shoulders in the downswing. This it top of your spring. Coil the top and uncoil the bottom (your legs). If you do the top will uncoil 100% of the time perfectly on its own. If you are uncoiling our shoulders you are uncoiling the top of the spring which is unnecessary and you are still thinking about your upper body if you do this.

      Watch:

      Shoulders in downswing: http://ignitiongolf.com/shoulders-downswing/

      Also,

      Uncoil 1: http://ignitiongolf.com/uncoil

      Uncoil 2: http://ignitiongolf.com/uncoil-follow-up

      And, do these drills constantly:

      DRILL: Swing Off Ground: http://ignitiongolf.com/drill-swing-off-ground

      DRILL: My Favorite Drill – Variation 2: http://ignitiongolf.com/favorite-drill-variation-2/

      DRILL: Swing Off Ground Variation: http://ignitiongolf.com/drill-variation-favorite-drill/

      DRILL: Listen to Club Swinging: http://ignitiongolf.com/drill-listen-to-club

      DRILL: How To Really Increase Power: http://ignitiongolf.com/how-to-really-increase-power/

      Driving Hips Harder But Hook It First: http://ignitiongolf.com/driving-hips-hook-first/

      There are more in the DASHBOARD > DRILLS > LEGS AND HIPS

  11. Hi Paul,

    New subscriber. I’m a big “feels” person and not so technical so this series is great. Would you say that on your downswing your right palm would come in feeling like its facing the sky?

    With all the talk of delofting the club, wiping the table, turning knuckles down etc… I’ve gotten into a bad habit of twisting and turning hands all over.

    I found recently if my head stays behind the ball and I feel a right palm up, the clubs squares itself and I get pretty good contact. On to something or is this a fluke?

    Thanks,

    Jon

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