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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 1, 2015
Timely tip. In the half back position my club head has come inside the line despite trying to follow the instructions . Video slow mo shows a change in wrist position as I go back. In set up my left wrist is slightly cupped toward the forearm -As I go back this cupping is lost with the right hand cupping in the opposite direction . This change in wrist angle coupled with a right elbow which stays close to the chest results in the club head being well inside at the half way mark . Then the hands move straight up .
I am trying to correct this by consciously holding the wrist position to the half back position and allowing the right elbow to move away from my side a little.
Before I begin seriously practising this I would appreciate your comments .
March 2, 2015
You would never take it deep to the inside when putting. You need to apply this stroke to your golf swing takeaway.
One Piece Takeaway: http://ignitiongolf.com/master-one-piece-takeaway/
One-Piece Takeaway Drill: http://ignitiongolf.com/one-piece-takeaway-drill/
Takeaway – Watch Grooves Going Back: http://ignitiongolf.com/watch-grooves-going-back/
Doing it my way you should be able to develop a perfect one piece takeaway in about 2 seconds. Try it.
ive played golf for 35 years suddenly because of the winter conditions and extremely wet fairways i cant hit my irons at all and its led to zero confidence and a kind of yips when attempting any strike at all is this a mental problem and can it be solved.
Here is how you fix it:
1. Don’t play in wet conditions.
2. I assume you are hitting it fat. This is too much weight on your back foot at impact.
Paul,Excellent reminder of how to do the takeaway with the wide arc :I scrapped some time ago the takeaway recommended by great teacher JOE DANTE (That was some time ago ) where you set/cock immediately the wrists and turn to the top at the same time
I have no problem having the toe of the club looking straight up to the sky without manipulating the club at all(You say it should be parallel to the spine )
Why is it that some Golf instructors say this is an unnatural move and you should close the club face going up?
No idea. If you do nothing and turn back the leading edge would match the spine. There is no further discussion.
March 3, 2015
Thanks Paul- the 1 inch move at the start really helps .
Yes, if you do this you certainly can’t be taking it back with your hands.
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