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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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October 15, 2017
As always: excellent lession to improve my golfgame. Thx
October 18, 2017
This is invaluable. I really like the alignment and your target to the ball with the club shaft then pick a place just in front. I didn’t realize it was so close to the ball, I always imagined it to be a little farther out like 6 to 8 feet.
Why go out so far when the intermediate target can be right in front of you?
I really don’t have a routine so this will be a great example for me to be inspired by.
Glad you liked it. Yes, you need a routine. I think you see that now. You should probably watch these tips:
Set Up With the Back Hand: http://ignitiongolf.com/set-up-back-hand/
Learning the Setup Routine: http://ignitiongolf.com/learning-setup-routine/
October 31, 2017
I was surprised to hear that you actually think about some mechanical things during your swing. I have wrestled with this because it’s certainly what I do at the range yet I have often heard pros say they play their best when they aren’t thinking of anything.
I have tried to think about a few key things on my practice swings and then remind myself of two the are most important to me while over the ball. Then just focus on a spot on the back of the ball and try to keep all thoughts out of my head as I let the swing happen.
Do you have a strong feeling that it is better to think about 1-2 key things as you swing (rather than just focus on the ball and try to keep other thoughts out?)
By the way, shot 80 today. Could easily have been 78, but you know how that goes. I’d say, you have taken 10 strokes off my game. (Not overnight, but hey…)
November 1, 2017
You can clear your mind by watching the ball or you can get fixated on hitting what you are looking at. So you need to be careful when watching the ball. Here is what I see when I look at the ball:
What To Look At: http://ignitiongolf.com/looking-at-golf-ball
If you are still looking at the back of the ball then keep doing this until you feel you are staying behind it without thinking about it.
Yes, you can think of 1-2 things or feelings. I am not over analyzing anything. I am feeling myself coil into my instep and the club what feel like down the line. So feelings would be fine. You get over analyzing and this will be trouble. Ideally, the less you can think about the better. I think this comes when you are playing consistently every day. For people who don’t play all the time I think we need to be thinking of certain things to get us in position to hit the shot. So look for some feelings.
Great round. You a so close to 70’s. Just a little more work, less mistakes and a little better short game and you will be there. I love hearing it.
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