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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.
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April 16, 2014
Very encouraging lesson ,Paul ,thank you .there’s also the mental side involved ,when your expectations are too high,or when your physical abilty is not as good as usual ,too stiff or tired when as a Senior you have played too much .
As for me ,it has a lot to doo with rythm ,when I start swinging too fast ,not full y completing the Turn back and the backswing .
Breathing in and out slowly helps !
Glad you liked it. Thanks.
Great perspective Paul. It reminds me of the amazing value you give us members for a modest monthly investment. Thanks!
Thanks for the support.
April 17, 2014
Paul, I am not a serious golfer; I just play to have fun. I have more fun if I break 100. Your lessons have given me more confidence. I am not athletic and know that I’ll never shoot in the 80’s. I do par a hole once in awhile. I even have fun watching your videos. Maybe you can give some pointers on the short game. Keep those great videos coming.
Glad you like the videos. Thanks for the feedback.
You should easily be able to break 100 if you follow the tips (especially tonight’s tip). Just work on the grip, setup and follow through positions. Master them and that should get you in the 80’s if no lower. Do tons of practice swings.
I have a ton of short game tips on the site. Just use the Red Navigation Bar at the top of any page. SWING TIPS > choose your topic I will also do some more once the course greens up.
Can you talk about the slight delay in time from the beginning of the downswing to actually feeling a “pull” in your arms. It seems this a crucial point for me. To be patient after you start your hips in down swing to actually feel the club move. Is there a way to shorten this time (split second) ? Or do we have to just wait for it as the uncoiling moves up thru the chest, shoulders and then arms.
I am really not feeling a pull in the arms. I know they are following. Keep in mind it is about 1/4 of second from the top to impact. So as soon as you drive the legs you will have hit the ball.
You don’t want to shorten this time. If you do you are most likely whacking at it. If you have seen fast swingers they are using their arms because the body cannot rotate the fast to get the club moving. See the spring-like effect of using the body and just leg the arms follow along.
Not sure if I have anything to add in future tips. I will put it on the list.
Uncoil 1: http://ignitiongolf.com/uncoil
Uncoil 2: http://ignitiongolf.com/uncoil-follow-up
April 19, 2014
I don’t know how you do it but you pretty much read my mind. I had a pretty bad round today after two very good rounds and perhaps I realised very late (on the 18th) the collection of flaws that came all together to bother my day.
15th & 18th holes were perfect but during the whole round I was hammering the ball, hitting fat, slices, hooks, topping the ball, casting, slide, poor mid and short game and horrible putting. You name the flaw and for sure it was there. This probably doesn’t make any sense but my best shots today were with the driver after slowing down my rhythm but this didn’t worked for the irons.
So thanks for these encouraging words. Now I need to check Swing Machine Golf and several tips to fix a few things, most important the rotation of my body that for some reason is not working very good.
April 20, 2014
April 21, 2014
Thanks so much Paul, I’m bookmarking these links. I’m sure that I’ll increase my score again very soon.
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