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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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June 2, 2014
Great advice for practicing and working on your swing.
What advice do you give for hitting balls (warming up) before a round?
Here is the warm up tip:
Warm Up Before Round: http://ignitiongolf.com/practice-before-round
June 11, 2014
I really love the spirit of your tips : no headache, you make it plain and clear. This one is based on what I would expect from any good pro : going to the very roots of the problems. It is some time now since I tried to apply this one. I won’t fool you : this is very, very hard to stick to. Last time, I tried to stay aware of what I was doing : first half of the bucket, making swings without balls between each shot, then I started to feel good, only too good : a couple of minutes later, I got excited and guess what : good old arms were back in the game in no time. What I did this time : I stopped, took my bucket, and went straight to the pitching range. Spent half an hour or so so make gentle rolling chips. Then I went back to the range and started easy full swings again. Well, this time, much cooler. Made that bucket last as long as I could. Probably hit a record of 30 consecutive balls using my pitching wedge, each of them landing within the width of an average green. The more I practice your tips, the more I understand you can’t get immediate results : takes time and lots of patience, because our very deep nature is so hard to keep at bay…
Glad you like the tips. Thanks for the feedback.
There is no headache because I went through these headaches for you. I want to explain it in a way everyone gets it.
This is exactly why I posted this tip. You are not alone. Too many people are just hitting ball after ball. As the person does this they go harder and harder like you did. I have done this too. I know better now though.
I like how you stopped hitting balls. This is huge. Most people would have keep going got frustrated and even got another bucket. Now, the next time you go to practice start off slowly and gradually build it up. After you keeping catching yourself speeding up you will reduce the number of times you do this so you will keep getting used to the effortless swing as opposed to the faster one. Once you do this, it becomes a whole new world.
December 17, 2014
Is there a progression to going through your method? By that I mean, what is the best order to go trough the videos and tips if there is one. I feel like I am bouncing around sometimes and want to me deliberate in what I am focusing on. Any suggestions?
There are a few ways to you use the site. I did a video on it here:
How To Use The Ignition Golf Website: http://ignitiongolf.com/how-to-use-ignition-golf/
Also, follow the tips in this order. Master these first and you will hit the ball better than you ever have in your life then move to the backswing:
Left Hand: http://ignitiongolf.com/left-hand-grip
Right Hand: http://ignitiongolf.com/right-hand-grip
Set Up Steps: http://ignitiongolf.com/setup-position
Legs Touching: http://ignitiongolf.com/touch-knees
Secret of the Starting the Downswing (using triggers – off big toe curve): http://ignitiongolf.com/shift-roll/
One Of The Secrets To The Golf Swing: http://ignitiongolf.com/secrets-to-golf-swing/
Spine Angle Follow Through: http://ignitiongolf.com/follow-through-eyes-tilted
If you want more tips in these areas search the red navigation bar at the top of any page under: GOLF TIPS > FULL SWING
December 18, 2014
Thanks for the quick reply. That’s the order I have been progressing through pretty much so I’m glad I’m on the right track.
April 12, 2018
I practice at home and feel I’m doing well. I go to the range and do pretty well. I then go to the course and immediately revert back to my old habits. It takes maybe 3 holes to get myself back in control. So would it be better to just practice on the course?
April 15, 2018
So when you play you are trying to hit the ball way too hard. This gets you doing your old swing. Why not go out and hit every shot at 50%. This is what I tell people to do. I also have them keep a few extra golf balls in their pocket to try again if they miss a shot and to not keep score. If you keep doing what you are used to doing you will never change it. Do something different. You are not good at it. So keep doing something different until you get good at it.
How To Take Your Swing From The Range To The Course: http://ignitiongolf.com/swing-range/
What To Think About When You Play: http://ignitiongolf.com/what-to-think-when-playing/
Steps To Take It To The Course: http://ignitiongolf.com/taking-it-to-course-steps/
April 16, 2018
Thank you for your tips. On a different subject I have said to many people, if what your doing and believing isn’t working ,why not try something else. So here I am not committing to something different. I will say that my main problem is off the tee. The other shots have been pretty decent. The guy I’ve been playing with knows I’m trying to change my swing. He said man you sure have a big follow through. That was music to my ears. I know I have a problem swinging slow. It seems that when I unleash the coil my arms just want to take off. I’m also trying to break my old habit of not unhinging.
April 18, 2018
Keep doing the swings in a mirror. Also, just realize you do not have to do this always at top speed. Do it right and slow. Get it. Then speed it up. You can do it.
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