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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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March 2, 2014
great tip paul, when playing a round of golf out on the fairway could you look at the ground right behind the ball if you can’t see the label to keep your head behind the ball
March 4, 2014
There is a better way. Just look at the dimples on the back of the ball. I’m worried if you focus on the spot you will restrict your swing. I would also be working on this angle on the range then when you play don’t worry about it. I was showing a drill and getting you to exaggerate so you at least get used to staying behind it. Give it a try when you play if you want. If you are holding this angle too much or restricting your swing you will blow it right.
March 3, 2014
I assumed until this tip that snap turning my hips kept my head behind the ball?
Is it possible to make a good touch leg turn and still not keep behind at impact?
JJ – Gerald
You should be staying behind the ball if you fire the lower body properly as I suggested. Manually staying behind it is a way to get it faster. If pros are behind it you need to be behind it. Firing the legs is tricky so this way you can manually do it.
I was turning my hips and head to the left and the head was over, but not behind the ball. This tip corrected my head position, moved the swing plane slightly inside and seems to have created a more compact swing. Things are starting to come together…now if only spring would come to us here in Charlotte!
Very good. This should be big for you just by reading your description. Keep at it.
March 5, 2014
Do you keep your eyes on the ball the whole time? I find that when I try to keep my head behind the ball, I struggle with trying to maintain my focus on the ball and end up moving my head forward.
I am watching the ball long after it is hit. Be careful. This is a drill. If you stay behind it too long you are going to cut off your swing and hit pushes and push fades. Just feel the head is behind the ball until you have it mastered. Don’t over think it.
What To Look At: http://ignitiongolf.com/looking-at-golf-ball
March 6, 2014
Excellent lesson, a gain ,Paul ,I believe I’ve overlooked this fine pi
March 7, 2014
Those 2 golfers did not lose their spine angle although the looked for the ball. These are not the majority of golfers so they are not good examples. You hit the ball while watching the ball. The club swings so fast that the ball is gone so you would never see the first 30 yards of your shots if you did it right.
Break the Chain – Stop Topping: http://ignitiongolf.com/break-chain-topping/
Spine Angle Follow Through: http://ignitiongolf.com/follow-through-eyes-tilted
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