How To Get Perfect Alignment On the Course

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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 “How To Get Perfect Alignment On the Course”

  1. October 9, 2013

    DavidTeng

    Hi Paul,
    I have tried this “pointer” tip and it works great. I combine it with another alignment help , ie, putting my club across my thighs at address. Btw, I I am occasionally frozen over ball at address esp if I am working on a swing position. Can you do a video on backswing triggers to enable smooth takeaway from address position? Thanks again for making golf fun and exciting again. David

    • Paul Wilson

      October 10, 2013

      Paul Wilson

      David,

      Glad you like it. Thanks.

      I did a tip on starting the backswing here:

      How to Pull The Trigger: http://ignitiongolf.com/pull-trigger/

      You really shouldn’t be getting stuck over the ball as you go back. If you are working on swing positions you are doing so on the range. When you play just think of coiling your shoulders back. This is a pretty simple thought that will allow you to develop torque as you go back.

      Choose to work on your body positions first on the range. This means coiling, moving the head, weight shift, lower body stability. Once you get this work on the wrist hinge. You can do that here:

      3 Ways to Set The Top of the Backswing: http://ignitiongolf.com/backswing-top-3-ways

  2. October 9, 2013

    RonCalabrese

    Hi Paul. Thanks for this alignment tip. I’ve never seen it in any of the golf magazines and have always relied on standing behind the ball and picking a spot down the fairway. This method makes a lot of sense and I’ll use it the next opportunity I get.

    Best Regards,
    Ron

    • Paul Wilson

      October 10, 2013

      Paul Wilson

      Ron,

      Thanks. There is a lot of stuff I say that you will never hear anyone else say. I will just keep trying to get the word out. I did hear someone steal one of my things the other day. Funny.

  3. October 9, 2013

    TonyAndren

    Hi,

    Wow, what an eye opener! Thanks for this, will try it out next time on the course!

    Tony

  4. October 9, 2013

    TIMADAMS

    Paul
    I understand this if I’m trying to work the ball left to right,But what if i want to draw the ball.Do i still line up left of the target with the club square to the target?Do I just drop my right foot back a little? I’m a little confised on this

  5. December 11, 2013

    HarveyKirk

    Paul, I wish I saw this tip during my golfing season. I am one of the many that always setts up and is aiming too far right , although I think I’m properly aligned. Now I have to remember this and incorporate it into my set up when I golf again next Spring. I really enjoy watching your video tips.

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