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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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July 4, 2013
Great tip Paul. Im so glad to be done with Rev golf. I kept with them because it was free. Otherwise I would have left a long time ago. Your tips are so so much better and on the mark. God, I missed you. Love your instruction Paul.
Take care brother,
July 5, 2013
I appreciate your support. I have been watching a few tips over there recently to see what’s been going on. The longest tip I saw was 3 mins. with the shortest being under 1 min. I think people need to understand why they should be doing certain things. This just isn’t long enough to give people the full picture. I feel bad for their members. They will never fully understand why they need to do certain things in their swing and how the golf swing works. Hopefully, they find this site.
July 8, 2013
Does that comment mean I should download all my purchased videos of your various longer videos? Seriously, only one three-putt today and finished with the same ball — a 77. My trip and lesson was certainly worth it.
One more question: In the just arrived August Golf Digest there is a sequential set of photos of Jason Dufner’s full swing. His teacher, Chuck Cook, comments that Dufner keeps his right elbow tucked to his side on his downswing. Would doing this tend to help a player keep his ball in play?
I would think you will have continued access to my products but to be safe I would download them.
That’s great about the 3 putts. It’s fun not giving shots away.
The right elbow should be tucking because you are using the lower body to initiate the downswing. Remember, Iron Byron does not have a right arms until after the ball is hit. So if you are doing the right fundamentals this elbow would be folding.
Right Elbow: http://ignitiongolf.com/downswing-right-elbow
Flatten Plane 1: http://ignitiongolf.com/downswing-flatten-plane
Flatten Plane 2: http://ignitiongolf.com/downswing-flatten-plane-2
I been using an old shaft to achieve the same thing when I practice in my backyard. The cool part is you have a grip. Flipping the club upside will give same results when you are on the course.
That is great. Keep doing this. When you do the heavy sensation of your club becomes crystal clear.
How does that apply to the woods? I do have the heavy feeling for the irons but with woods it somehow feels different.
You only have one swing. The club should also feel heavy with woods. You need to let go and relax the arms. Maybe tonight’s replay tip will allow you to feel it more.
I understand THE Logic of this instruction Video .
On THE reverse ,I think you said you didn’t like THE practising with a heavy club ,like THE MOMENTUS very heavy driver I use .
This in turn makes your current driver feel very light (even with powerles arms !) when you make your full swing .
Why is it so ?
Why is is so? Because it is really heavy. If you swing something heavy your club will feel light. If you swing something light your club will feel heavy. Just try it.
July 6, 2013
Thanks for Your answer,but I didn’t put my question right.
THE question was “Do you disadvise training with an extra heavy club ?”
I also train with THE MEDICUS collapsible clubs to make sure I swing THE club smoothly and not wrench it savagely in THE takeaway and THE downswing .
July 7, 2013
DO NOT use a heavy club to practice with. I promote the half Momentus so people can travel with it. Heavy clubs will make your clubs feel light. This is the wrong feeling. You need your clubs to fee heavy. Get rid of it. The Medicus is good to slow down the backswing. I have seen crappy swings not make the Medicus break.
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