Indoor Practice – Body – Front 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+

8 Responses to “Indoor Practice – Body – Front View”

  1. January 1, 2014


    Since we’re into the winter months, let me ask you if you have thoughts about play on extremely soggy dormant Bermuda. Human nature is to catch it thin because you don’t want to stick the club into the heavy muck.

    Any thoughts, Paul?

    • Paul Wilson

      January 2, 2014

      Paul Wilson


      In these conditions you need to do a few practice swings feeling the back heel coming off the ground through impact. Too much weight on this foot is what causes fat shots so practicing it a few times keeps it in mind before executing.

  2. Hi Paul
    I have a tall mirror on the landing in my house. The only problem I cannot swing the club due to insufficient height.
    Is there any way around this problem.

  3. January 2, 2014


    I have been looking for a slow motion front view of your golf swing when you are hitting the ball but can’t find one. I know that they are there but where? Could you do a tip showing the slow motion swing front view using the nine to driver with every other club or even just one club as a separate tip. I have been taking videos of my swing and am not sure of the arms, particularly the left arm, at and after impact.

  4. Henry

    January 2, 2014


    With this tip I have corrected my hip turn…thanks Paul!

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From: Paul Wilson


It's funny ... many years ago I took lessons at some of the best schools in the world.  This was when I was wintering in Orlando.  Once I got back to Canada, I had no way of having my teachers watch my swing to make sure I was doing the swing positions exactly right.  

Not knowing if I was doing things right or not would drive me crazy because not doing it exactly right was a waste of my time (I hate wasting time).

I don't want you wasting your time.  This is why I started offering Skype Lessons to former students, members and Swing Machine Golf followers.  Now there's a way (through Skype) we can see your actual golf swing.

For $39.95 or less, you can finally stop guessing and doubting yourself.  We'll explain what you are doing and what you need to be working on to develop a great golf swing.

If you're serious about developing a great swing please start taking Skype Golf Lessons with us today.