Moving Head Too Much Into Backswing

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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+

10 Responses to “Moving Head Too Much Into Backswing”

  1. September 9, 2016

    StianOttersen

    That must be me 😛 thanks for the tips:)

    • September 9, 2016

      StianOttersen

      I think you did some tips about imagining swinging with a tube or silo around oneself to avoid swaying in the backswing. You have links to those? Could not find it. Cheers 🙂
      And everyone should try the swing analysis, really cheap way of getting you swing together easier 😉

  2. September 9, 2016

    RaymondCHASTEL

    You don’t need any swing analysis by an outer person ,you can do that all by yourself in front of a window pane at home .I check this regularly by myself .Paul ,you made an excellent video some time ago showing this ,with the movement of the upper body around two tubes enveloping the back keg and the front leg .I tend to move my head back too much when I want to “exagerate ” the shoulder turn back

    • September 10, 2016

      Paul Wilson

      Raymond,

      A lot of people need swing analysis. For years, I have had people come for lessons saying they’ve got it when they are not even close. So you may be able to self diagnose your swing but 99% cannot.

    • September 11, 2016

      StianOttersen

      You might not need an analysis for this specific thing, but I was talking more in general. So easy to think you got everything mastered when in fact there are pieces to the swing thats not Perfect 😉

      • September 11, 2016

        StianOttersen

        Thats my exprience anyway =)

      • September 13, 2016

        RaymondCHASTEL

        There’s too much talking and analysing about THE golf swing .Nô top Golfer has a perfect swing .THE only way to progress is to Play ,Play and Play again on THE golf course ,fin d what suits your swing and what doesn’t .MOE NORMAN had an awful looking swing ,and yet hé was a GREAT Golfer .DUSTIN JOHNSON and BUBBA WATSON have very unorthodox swings ,but are GREAT champions .THE worse thing to do is to be bound to a golf TEAÇHER who wants you to Play his unique way .
        In this respect ,THE only serious golf Instructor I know is PAUL WILSON .I’m with his video lessons since three years and I have greatly benefitted from his teaching .I’m 82 years old ,I Play since 50 years ,I’ve known numerous Golf Instructors ,but now m’y game is well established and I Still Play to a handicap OF 7 ,three Times a week ,all year round ,i never go to a driving range ,complétely usuelless ,and I Watch carefully on THE TV how THE ” greats ” OF today’s Play in the major championships .You learn a lot watching them ,each with his unique style OF pkay.

        • September 13, 2016

          StianOttersen

          Up to you really, but if you follow Paul’s swing and you want the same swing having a few analysis with Paul and Pete can only help.

          • September 13, 2016

            RaymondCHASTEL

            I agree ,having one on one lessons with PAUL would certainly help finding my inevitable flaws (I believe I know what they are ),and lead to cure them ,but I live on the FRENCH RIVIERA ,it’s several thousands of miles from LAS VEGAS.I’m too old to travel that far these days ,all the more the USA has become very much inhospitable to foreigners ,it’s not the same good old USA I loved from the post World War days until 1990 and where I played countless rounds of golf in FLORIDA .
            There is as much shooting of innocents in the USA and insecurity there than there’is in FRANCE with the ISIS desperados coming back from SYRIA
            And taped videos of my swing won’t show much ..

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