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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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October 5, 2014
Your bent arm position explanation for yourself is understood. However, you then are able with a bent arm to demonstrate the parallel position with the driver over your shoulders on the back-swing. This in itself is a difficult swing motion to master, ie, skill level needed, including the hinge motion without any cupping and then the extended return through the ball. Is it necessary to have a such a lengthy back-swing for the complete swing motion?
October 6, 2014
You need to go back as far as you can go back. This would be different than how far I can go back. Once you are tightly coiled you are done. At this point you just need your wrists hinged fully. So keep working on that until you master the maximum wrist hinge. Then base your backswing on coiling until you are tight. I certainly don’t want your arm too stiff. Jack Nicklaus as well as many others bend the lead arm at the top. They key is getting it back to fully extended but the time you hit the ball.
May 25, 2015
great clip once again
This is one area i struggle with not being the most flexible person i find my arm breaking to much in my swing.
Should i just shorten my backswing to help this ?
Will doing this affect my swing speed?
I am trying to get myself more flexible with tips from this site and the ultimate swing trainer.
You can break the arm going back to a point. It must get back to fully extended again by the time you hit the ball. If not you narrow the arc and do the chicken wing. Just make sure your wrists are fully hinged and coil back until you feel tight. This coil tells you when you are at the top.
3 Ways to Set The Top of the Backswing: http://ignitiongolf.com/backswing-top-3-ways
You can hit the ball a long way with the ratio between shoulders, hips, knees and feet as well as speed of uncoiling and looseness of the wrists. So check your backswing to see if you are setting it fully at the top.
February 23, 2016
in your lessons I found nothing about the left arm rotation im backswing.
Can you talk about this problem?
February 24, 2016
You are not rotating your arms. You are turning your body to the halfway back point. Then you are hinging the club up to the top.
DRILL: Half back and up: http://ignitiongolf.com/half-back-and-up/
The only rotation in the arms you should be thinking about is how to not rotate them going back. You rotate them and you will be flat at 3/4 back.
the rehinging action looks to me as an rotation action.So I thought, where is an rotation action to the one side,
there must be a rotation action ti the other side!?
You don’t have to think of the rotation though. If your arms are powerless the club will want to swing to its widest point just after impact. If your arms started at setup extended with the face square how do you square the face? Simple. You allow your arms to stretch back out. IF so the face has to be square. So you don’t have to think of arm rotation. This would happen if your arms stretched out fully. Now, if you are doing my roll over drill you are purposely rolling it and hooking your shots. In this case you would be using your arms until you can hook numerous balls in a row. Then you switch to body and turn the arms back off.
February 8, 2017
I videoed my swing and my left arm breaks excessively at the top. It looks horrendous like I’m trying to strangle myself with my left arm! How can I improve this? I need to maintain the longest arc possible.
The key it to have it perfectly straight at 3/4 back. Then if it bends a little going to the top (as I do) it’s fine.
Extend Left Arm Backswing at 3/4: http://ignitiongolf.com/backswing-three-quarters/
January 15, 2018
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