Full Swing Top Down View

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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+

19 Responses to “Full Swing Top Down View”

  1. July 26, 2015

    TIMADAMS

    Paul,
    you have said in the past that you couldn’t increase the video quality a/c some people wouldn’t be able to view it online.Do I assume that some people wouldn’t be able to view the slo mo in Hi HD you just showed.If that’s not the case then why can’t you increase the video quality on the website(you havce said before that you have a HD camera

    • Tim,

      I took their video shot in HD slow mo. Put it in my editing program and exported it. It is just the same as mine. They shot in HD. You can make the videos on the site look even better. Just hover over any video. They player will come up. On the right is says HD. Activate it and you will watch them crystal clear. I am not shooting in HD. I can’t be dealing with file size of a gig or more. It takes a while to upload and convert them now. Check out the player. They are crystal clear on my computer.

  2. Love the presentation and your narration, it makes for a phenomenal educational learning session.
    This Video is perfect for teaching your swing philosophy good job.

  3. Outstanding presentation. Nice swing too.

  4. July 27, 2015

    tedvernon

    Beautiful presentation. Still working on head staying behind the ball. I think being right eye dominate may have something to do with it, as I have a tendency to look for the ball early and not naturally as you do. Thanks for the presentation.

    • Ted,

      I am right eye dominant. Just keep it back there. Get it then work on turning otherwise you will hang back too much.

  5. Wow!….loved that,,,, I thought that really explains a lot in cool detail about your key positions, I would love to have that done on my swing to show what I need to work on,,,,

    • Dan,

      Glad you like it. Thanks.

      You can do it to your swing. Just rent a $350k phantom camera and get a cherry picker. Simple. I have jib and did my own shots (not in HD). Maybe I will shoot a student from above to compare. That would be cool.

  6. July 28, 2015

    TomWhite

    Thank you for the great video. Single picture is definitely worth a thousand words.

    One general question is what to do about this “negative” feeling and resulting hook which I experience. On the downswing With the turning of the hips and the shoulders which follow (with powerless arms of course),I sometimes feel as if the right shoulder moves forward (towards the front of the downswing plane)and then moves left of the downswing plane during impact. When coupled with the release the result is the disastrous “double cross”.

    Have been working on the extension or “y” in connection with the release in an attempt to remedy the situation but still feel the right shoulder on occasion coming out the downswing plane and proceeding left on a more horizontal plane. I believe this results in a closed face at impact with the right shoulder spinning horizontally towards my left toe. Not good. The feeling is a “strong and powerful” move at impact but the results unacceptable.

    Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    Tom

  7. July 30, 2015

    Roy

    Paul,

    Excellent video.I noticed that at the top of your back swing in the slow motion video that your shoulders had quick turning, but the club shaft continues to the horizontal position. Is this a result of completing the hinge in the backswing.

    Great demonstration of how the hips start the downswing!

    Roy

    • Roy,

      Glad you liked it.

      That was probably the momentum of the club swinging back. Last thing to stop. Last thing to start moving the other way.

  8. August 9, 2015

    KenPerez

    Paul, one observation: you are actually sliding your right foot from setup position to the left as a result of hip turn in downswing. This slid of right foot stops after the right thigh ends up touching the inside of your left thigh. My question: Is it ok to have the right foot not slide but finish in just the toe position from address position and therefore not touch the right thigh to the left thigh?

    Later, Ken

  9. September 17, 2015

    MichaelKramer

    Paul:
    Do you purposely try to restrict your shoulders in the downswing to get separation or try to move your hips faster. It seems I have a tendency to spin my shoulders open along with my hips causing opening of club face and a shot way right. Regards, Mike

  10. October 27, 2015

    Waltreyer

    Paul,

    I shouldn’t be bothering you anymore. I think I’ve learned how to use your videos?
    Just watched A-B on Dashboard, Best teaching video I have ever come across!
    Thanks,
    Walt

    • October 28, 2015

      Paul Wilson

      Walt,

      Glad you liked it. There are so many tips that can help your game. Just be careful not to be working on too many things. I know you’re excited but take it one step at a time. Focus on the grip, set up and follow through. Trust me that alone will make you a start (especially because you were a better player not too long ago).

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