Increase Swing Speed Effortless Power

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This is a follow up on a previous tip I did called Effortless Golf Swing where I did some easy swings and generated some pretty good power. In this tip I show my easy swing again but this time I compare it to the swing one of my students. Now you can see you can see the comparison between the 2 swings and understand how I generate effortless power. Once you understand it, start working on the recommended drills so you can experience it as well.



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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+

12 Responses to “Increase Swing Speed Effortless Power”

  1. September 22, 2016

    VincentSchiavo

    Hi Paul,

    I’ve been working on swinging with very loose wrists. At the top of my back swing, I see the head of the club in the corner of my left eye. Is that within normal parameters? Or is that TOO MUCH wrist hinge?

    Thanks, as always, for the guidance!

    Regards,
    Vince

  2. November 29, 2017

    BruceDiamond

    I am one that learned golf as an adult. Hitting with my arms is really engrained in my habits. With that said I have taken your powerless arms seriously. I’m spending a lot of time practicing without a ball, the positions. I finally went out to the range to hit balls. I was pleasantly surprised. At times I fell back to arm swinging but I would say that about 3 or 4 out ten were sweet. It’s a work in progress but I’m encouraged.

    Bruce

    • Paul Wilson

      November 30, 2017

      Paul Wilson

      Bruce,

      Very good. I keep telling everyone the ball is the problem. No ball and you will not distracted so you can clearly and consistently work on the swing positions. Build a great swing then turn the arms off. Just keep working on it they way you are. Once you get the swing positions and swing looking great you can add more balls to your practice.

  3. January 6, 2018

    JeffWright

    This, and the other tips that include the use of your monitor are particularly illustrative. I’ve noticed that the monitor you endorse also documents swing tempo. Would you create a tip that distinguishes the general concept of tempo in the Body Swing vs. the Arms Swing, and specifically, the use of the tempo tracking-mode of that monitor in particular while learning the Body Swing?

    I’m really enjoying your tips! –Jeff

    • Paul Wilson

      January 7, 2018

      Paul Wilson

      Jeff,

      Glad you like the tips. I appreciate it.

      Yes, the Swing Speed Radar does have tempo on it. Good idea about the tip. I will put it on the list. Thanks.

  4. January 7, 2018

    JohnOsher

    Paul – I am a member of both Bodyswing and Ignition Golf and the owner of your Swing Peed Radar. Although I my average drives are between 225 and 245 yards, I cannot get my speed over 63mph. I suspect that there is something wrong with the monitor as I doubt that I could hit the ball these distances at such a slow speed. Suggestions? John Osher

    • Paul Wilson

      January 7, 2018

      Paul Wilson

      John,

      Make sure you are setting it up right at about 8″ away from the ball turned on a 45 degree angle. If so, please email us so we can get your message to the manufacturer. The odd one does not function right.

  5. January 25, 2018

    FrankHalstead

    Outstanding. Watching you give a lesson is a better way for me to learn.

  6. February 20, 2018

    tfhill4002

    The approach you are teaching is mirrored by many great bowlers, their ball swings the arm and muscles are relaxed. Result is its easy to hit the pocket time after time while the arm throwers, 99% of bowlers, struggle to hit the pocket. Your system works, I improved quite dramatically in about a week, look forward to more, thanks much.

    • Paul Wilson

      February 20, 2018

      Paul Wilson

      Thomas,

      I never thought of a bowler for that. I do use it for how they would draw the ball. I like it.

      Glad you are seeing results. I love hearing it.

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