How to Pull The Trigger

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  1. ERIABBERA, 1 year ago

    Hi Paul,
    Thanks. I really needed this tip.

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 1 year ago

      Eriab,

      Glad you liked it.

      Thanks,


  2. WadeThames, 1 year ago

    Paul,
    I do a weird thing like one continuous hum or whistle while I take back. For some reason that keeps me loose and relaxed. I make a kind accelerating sound like a kid playing with a toy airplane. Weird but so far it has never failed me.

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 1 year ago

      Wade,

      If it works keep doing it. Good one.


  3. JoseCarceller, 1 year ago

    Hi Paul, isn’t it better to count to three with some rhythm? Like the waltz rhythm (as Sam Snead said in his memories) in order to concentrate on rhythm rather than mechanics?

    Or as I have recently read, saying “Er- nie -Els” loud is another way of thinking of rhythm and not mechanics, being “Er”, takeaway, “nie” top of the backswing and “Els” hitting the ball

    Does it make sense?


  4. RandyGorman, 1 year ago

    I am guilty of standing over the ball and freezing and it does impact the shot. I don’t do it on the range, only on the course. I decided to go out and play just by myself, no competition, not worrying about the score, and focus only on pulling the trigger and it worked. I did this at least 3 times and my scoring immediately improved. I also find golfing with complete strangers helps because I am more conscious of not standing over the ball vs playing with friends. I have convinced myself that standing over the shot too long is going to result in a bad shot, so I might as well set up and swing and TRUST the mechanics will be there. I will try your method to build it in as a routine

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 1 year ago

      Randy,

      That’s good news that you recognized that standing over it too long is hampering your swing. Just pull the trigger. Work on things on the range and eventually they will go into your swing when you play.


  5. LenKoblenz, 1 year ago

    Paul,
    I have a question unrelated to a specific tip. When you actually hit the ball with the driver in almost any of these tips, how far does it go? Just curious.

    Thanks for everything,
    Len

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 1 year ago

      Len,

      I fly it usually between 260 and 280. With good roll 300+.


  6. KennthBova, 1 week ago

    Paul, that 1, 2, 3 tip is great and I’ll start doing that. All kind of stuff goes through my mind, and then I screw up. I am trying to develop that mucscle memory of not to think. I know of a guy who stands over his ball for about 20 sec (I actually counted) and he’ll hit it well, but other times slice the heck out of it. From now on, it’s 1 2 3.


  7. JimTeets, 1 week ago

    Paul ,

    I want to thank you so much for theses instructions . Have been reading them over and over and practicing at home finally broke 90 today . I haven’t broke a hundred my last 15 rounds out. I took lessons in Fla. last month and was ready to quit the game . You have renewed my swing and made it so simple keep them coming. Jim

    • Paul Wilson

      Paul Wilson, 1 week ago

      Jim,

      You’re welcome. Stick with it. Work on one of two things at a time and you will play better than ever.


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