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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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September 22, 2013
I think I need to get one of those sleeves the QBs wear on their arms with all the plays except a list of all the drills!! Just kiddin’!! Drills are great.
I tend to go thru a number of member tips on some days — 2-6 so sometimes there are a number of drills I’m studying.
September 23, 2013
Be very careful not to work on too much stuff. Focus on one or two areas of the swing and master them. Then move on to something else. I get the feeling you’re doing too much.
September 24, 2013
OK Paul, I’ll try to be careful about that. Thanks as always!
I use red Pendaflex 12 X 9 inch hanging folders that you would use in a file drawer and clip on some alligator type clips to give them some weight to sit on the grass flat, especially on windy days. They are nice size targets and you can see them clearly, even 80+ yards out. Just another alternative.
Very good. Lightweight.
Excellent advice as always, but I have one, very picky concern here: since you walked quite “diagonally” to place your 10, 20, 30 yard targets, wouldn’t you actually be shortening the distances between targets? Since so many golfers have rangefinders these days and don’t play entirely by feel, wouldn’t it be better to walk a straight line and place the balls to alternating sides of the line?
This is so minimal it will not matter. You can do what you want. The point was to show you to offset the balls.
September 25, 2013
I get it, Paul. It’s still a great suggestion.
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