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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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September 27, 2016
Nice tip… when you use this type of shot how much distance do you lose from s normal shot with the same iron?
PS your chipping technique works great for me getting close and even chipped in too
September 28, 2016
You may not lose any distance as you are de-lofing the club. If you just did a short backswing though you might want to take an extra club.
Glad you are doing well with my chipping technique. Just see this as a long chip. In no time you can get good at them.
Paul, on the setup for chipping and subsequently the set up for knockdown whether using a sand wedge or say an eight iron setting up as described a 4 knuckle grip
Forward to left thigh doesn’t the club face get totally closed be it an 8 0r SW? Thanks JIm
Yes, the face would be closed. It is not hooking though because you are making sure your hands hit the ball where they started.
October 4, 2016
Paul, is this the shot I use out of deep rough?
In deep rough you are just chopping it out so yes, you can us this shot.
October 8, 2016
Great tip Paul,
I was curios though about distance and arms/hands. I am trying very hard not to use my hands and arms and getting better. When hitting this shot, how much tension do you have in your hands and arms. So, if I hit my 7 iron about 150-155, if I do a knock down 7, what should I be hitting? maybe 135?
Thanks so much for what you are doing. You have helped me very much.
October 9, 2016
Glad you like the the tips. I appreciate the support.
I try to keep them turned off coming down and through impact. This means I am not adding any extra to hit or help the shot. So to me my arms feel powerless.
You may want to watch this:
What Is Powerless Arms?: http://ignitiongolf.com/what-is-powerless-arms/
For the knock down shot, you would be de-lofting the club so depending on backswing length and how fast you are swinging you can actually get the same distance. I typically take one more club because I do a little shorter swing. Once you get good at the shot you will be able to determine if you need one more club or not.
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