November 22, 2011 - Paul Wilson - 0 Comment
In this tip I talk about the back wrist angle at impact. This is a position many…
November 19, 2011 - Paul Wilson - 0 Comment
In this tip I show where the shoulders should be at and past impact. This is important…
October 5, 2011 - Paul Wilson - 20 Comments
In this tip I talk about how to fully hinge the wrists as you go to the…
Golf Swing Tips by Ignition Golf
Ignition Golf includes hundreds of golf swing tips, drills and swing cures for the beginner, intermediate and expert player. Paul Wilson, Creator of Swing Machine Golf and The Body Swing, is the main instructor focusing on the full swing, short game and playing lessons.
Other experts include: Body Balance for Performance Flexibility Coach, Jeremy Klinkhamer, Mental Coach David Breslow and ex mini Tour Player, Pete Mitchell covering Playing Tips.
Learn the grip, setup and alignment as well as tons of tips on the wrist hinge, coiling and shifting your weight into backswing, downswing, transition (using your body not your arms), impact, release and a balanced follow through.
As you learn a powerful, effortless, pain-free body swing, you can move on to more power off the tee with driver, weight shift, timing, swing path etc. There are also tips on specialty shots like drawing, fading, punch and knock down shots.
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