Golf Lesson – Part 1 – Meet Kevin

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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+

18 Responses to “Golf Lesson – Part 1 – Meet Kevin”

  1. February 27, 2018

    Roy

    Paul,

    So far excellent format. All my swing faults. Cant wait for the corrections. Great idea.

  2. GLENNWISSE

    February 27, 2018

    GLENNWISSE

    can’t wait to see part 2.

  3. February 27, 2018

    MarcMargulies

    Excellent analysis, very discouraging!

  4. February 28, 2018

    Greg vonSeeger

    Interesting to see the ‘small details’ that create ‘weak power’. It will be extremely informative to watch you correct these ‘faults’ and observe the improvements. Was Kevin fighting consistency as well as distance with his original swing?

  5. February 28, 2018

    RickZech

    Thanks to Kevin for exposing his flaws to Paul and us. I am looking forward to his swing makeover.

  6. February 28, 2018

    RaymondCHASTEL

    Such an interesting analysis of “smiling” KEVIN’s swing .
    I am eager to see how KEVIN’s swing has evolved after going through the “curing “”session with you .
    KEVIN ‘s is 17 years “younger “than I am(83) :though I play very often-3 times a week-and train physically and technically nearly every day ,but without seeing myself perform( A major drawback ! You can’t improve easily without getting any feedback!)
    I’d love to come over and see what can (still !) be improved in my game!
    I play with a group of old timer seasoned buddies at my home course ever Tuesday and Thursday,they are younger than I am ,and I still manage to outplay them ,but essentially thanks to my short game ,my long game is just so so.

    • Paul Wilson

      February 28, 2018

      Paul Wilson

      Raymond,

      He did really well and left a happy golfer.

      I keep telling you to send us your swing. This way we can at least see what you are doing and provide help.

  7. February 28, 2018

    DerekSharp

    Great way to teach golf through video! They say we learn from our mistakes, so we can extend that to others making mistakes if we have the analysis to view.

    This method of analysing student’s golf swings does give an extra insight into how to swing the golf club

    I like the pointy arrows at each step showing the bad points. I hope we get to see more pointy arrows showing areas of improvement in part 2.

    I can now appreciate how complex a great golf swing is. It looks so simple in real time but so many parameters to get wrong. Fascinating.

    • Paul Wilson

      February 28, 2018

      Paul Wilson

      Derek,

      I have done a bunch now with students swings. Not sure if you saw any. Just type in the search box right side of the red navigation bar: student swing and they will all come up. More of these to come in the future. Glad you liked it.

  8. Hey Paul,
    I just recently started your on-line training and it is the best. I wish I had started this 30 years ago (so I am encouraging my son to get with your program too). This video with Kevin is especially helpful.

    One of the things I really like is your overall personality and demeanor, and especially the way you chuckle and laugh. I frequently laugh along with you- my wife hears me and wonders what the heck I am watching that is making me so happy. Now she knows who you are too. (She has no interest in golf and we want to keep it that way.)

    Keep up the awesome teaching and keep making it entertaining!

    Bruce
    Dallas, Texas

    • Bruce,

      Glad you liked that one. It is one of my favorites. This is the normal student I teach. If he can do it anyone can do it.

      Funny you say that about my personality and demeanor. I get people bashing me all the time for talking down to people. I am not one to candy coat it for people. You either want to do it or not. To me, the swing is serious and there are times when I need to put the hammer down. I do lighten it up to as you see. I guess you can’t please everyone glad you like it.

  9. Very similar to mine.. I am 72 and a bit (age not handicap though that is the aim) Looking forwards to working with you to sort me out.. K

    • Kennion,

      He was the perfect student. This is the person I teach on a regular basis. It can be done. Just need to do it a different way. Take it one step at a time and do lots of practice swings. The ball is the problem. No ball means you can make the changes … fast.

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