Light Tight – Right Tight

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5 Comments


  1. RaymondCHASTEL, 5 months ago

    Good reminder ,Paul,of your basic instruction .How though do you correlate that with BEN HOGAN’s and SAM SNEAD recommending you to release the right hand as fast as you can in the hitting area (I didn’t say “hit” with the right hand !).BEN HOGAN even said he wished he had three right hands .
    Also ,when I practice swinging with the alignment stick only,my swing speed-clocked on the RADAR – is much faster than with any club I swing with ,even with the driver,though the stick is much shorter !
    Is it because the alignement stick is lighter or am I doing something wrong ?


  2. dominicmacedonia, 5 months ago

    Paul,

    Thanks for the great tip. It is these kind of pointers that we never get in “traditional lessons.” I can tell you when I get the sensation of a heavy club, I hit some very good shots. If I don’t have that feeling, I tend to chicken wing.This pointer ties into Dave’s comment in the Train Wreck” advice. He recommends go back to rhythm and feel.

    As always, yours lessons are extremely helpful.

    Dominic

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 5 months ago

      Dominic,

      Glad you liked it. Definitely get these feelings and watch your ball. This is very important.


  3. KennthBova, 5 months ago

    Paul, from you I learned the trigger of turning my hips off the right foot and turning my wrists over in the downswing has really helped my swing. The last time I played using these 2 things helped me par 4 holes in a row. My driving distance improved by 40 yds and the ball went straighter. Your tips have been a great help.

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 5 months ago

      Kenneth,

      That great. I love to hear stories like yours. Sounds like you are on the right track so please keep at it.


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