Remembering How to Cure Pushed Shots

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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+

One Response to “Remembering How to Cure Pushed Shots”

  1. December 20, 2014

    thomasflaherty

    Hi Paul

    I think I have been hitting this shot of late. My mid irons push a little off to the right and then fade or what I call leak further offline. My driver is worse. I may just be going at it too hard. I went from pretty good shots to this push fade. I hit my first t shot a few weeks right down the middle then from there it’s been to the right. I work on the loose wrists all the time. Sometimes it feels like my right wrist especially w the driver is is just open. I really work hard to use my legs to hit the ball. So maybe I should turn it back a notch (not push so hard with my legs) and maintain the the spine angle through the shot. ( watch the ball on a slant). I struggle with the slide and make sure to turn my left foot out which really helped in the past.

    I don’t think golf likes it when you get greedy. One great shot and you want more and you end up with less than you started with.
    Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks.

    Thanks

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