Visualization – Smooth Swing

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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+

12 Responses to “Visualization – Smooth Swing”

  1. December 13, 2016

    JohnSelkirk

    I visualize Paul Wilson’s swing when I practice

  2. December 14, 2016

    RaymondCHASTEL

    I love these swing sequences ,but none of these top golfers is my model!
    I have a natural tendency to have a flat a fast swing .
    To correct my “flatness ” (it may be strange to say ),my model is -Yes !- JIM FURYK who had a very upright looking swing
    For the tempo ,I have two models :LOUIS OOSTHIZEN and HIDEKI MATSUYAMA .LOUIS OOSTHUIZEN has a beautiful silky effortless swing .
    As for HIDEKI MATSUYAMA ,he manages to build in his swing an imperceptible pause at the top of the backswing :it keeps you from going too fast in the downswing

  3. December 14, 2016

    CraigSmith

    this is a great one Paul. Thanks. what was going on with the rope lines in the overhead Els swing?! regardless, thanks for putting this series together. -Craig

    • Paul Wilson

      December 14, 2016

      Paul Wilson

      Craig,

      Glad you like it. I’m racking my brains for new tips for everyone.

      No idea what the ropes are. Probably a practice round so they keep the main deck for the tourney.

  4. December 14, 2016

    BillMorris

    Hi Paul!
    More of a question than a comment: What do you think of the GX7 fairway wood/driver? I just saw a video of this new technology that suggests it’s designed for older amateurs who need distance plus accuracy. It doubles as a driver and fairway wood.
    I’d appreciate your thoughts, Paul.
    Thanks, Bill Morris

    • Paul Wilson

      December 14, 2016

      Paul Wilson

      Bill,

      Looks like an offset 2 wood.

      When you offset clubs you are relying on the golfer to have a chicken wing through impact. If so, it closes the face reducing slice spin. Adding more loft creates more backswing. Coupling these 2 things would certainly allow people to hit the ball straighter but it’s a pull or pull hook not actually straight. 7 iron soleplate. Not sure if this would help. Back weighting. This may help the angle of attack. I really don’t like the look of it. Looks to square but whatever makes sense for you.

      I want to see the comparison to a person hitting a 3 or 5 wood. I highly doubt there would be much difference.

      If they have a guarantee give it a try.

  5. December 20, 2016

    LenKoblenz

    Hi Paul,
    I love the videos of the pro. However, I wish you had a little more time between swings so we have a moment to digest each swing before the next one starts.

    Thanks,
    Len

    • Paul Wilson

      December 21, 2016

      Paul Wilson

      Len,

      Glad you like the tips. Always thinking of new stuff for all of the members.

      You can just hover over the video. When the player controls come up tap on the video timleline to play it over and over again.

  6. December 21, 2016

    TomPaterna

    Great video Paul. I see Lydia Ko chokes up a little bit o. I a m a senior male and have been thinking of getting a shorter driver, say 43″. What are your thoughts? Considering Lydia hits it very far with a smooth swing and a shorter driver.
    Thanks,
    Tom

    • Paul Wilson

      December 21, 2016

      Paul Wilson

      Tom,

      The length of your driver is important. You can actually lose distance swinging a driver that is too long. You would have to go to a clubfitter with a good launch monitor to truly see the results and find out the exact length your driver should be. Gripping down makes the grip a little thinner versus cutting it down so you might want to take that into consideration as well. Just experiment and find out what works best for you.

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