Stop Trying To Hit The Ball

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5 Responses to “Stop Trying To Hit The Ball”

  1. Hi David, what a timely tip for me today! I had just posted my second time to Paul on his last tip, and I was expressing how in my session at the range, I realized I was not focusing on the ball. I have spent a lot of time practicing the positions that Paul has taught us, however my timing sequence was slightly off. As I was hitting at the range, the shots got better and better. Then I realized I had not been trying to focus on the ball, and I was following the best flight of a golf ball that I have ever hit. I can kind of remember when I was coiling then straightening my left leg and I was at the follow-through before I realized I had hit the ball. Truely a great feeling. Thank you for the excellent timing of this important tip, I can see why Paul added you to his team on this site. Have a great day!
    Mike

    • Hi Mike!
      Got logged out for moment…tech. glitch I didn’t ignore you.
      Thanks for your comments and you’re right…Paul is a genius!!!! Thank you for recognizing this:)

      Can’t wait to hear from you again and tell all your friends to stop by!!

  2. Dave ,in performing any sports ,you have to be flexible and dynamic ,being loose and relaxed is dream never réalized ,when High jumping ,fencing ,boxing ,throwing the javeline ,you are flexible ,not loose .
    BOBBY JONES had a sweet looking swing ,SAM SNEAD looked ” oil y ” but they were giving it all they had .
    I was ( Young ,a very long time ago ) a 100 meters free style dash ( Swimming ),FRENCH champion ,my swimming seemed easy ,I was skimming the surface of the water ( That’ s what the onlookers said ) but in reality I was giving it all I had.
    I’m in the midst of reading YOUR WIRED TO WIN book ,it’s a bit difficult to appréhend what you say ,but doesn’it make things more difficult to do than they are in reality ?
    I’ll come back to you when I’m finished reading

  3. Another great tip. Getting a mind set of a big drive to nice easy flowing swing is the way to go.

    • March 23, 2015

      Paul Wilson

      Allan,

      Exactly. This is tricky because people like that powerful feeling. I feel the power in my legs not my arms. Until people get this they will be stuck in limbo. Slow it down to turn off the arms. Then gradually speed it up with the legs.

      DRILL: This Is The Best Drill You Should Be Doing Right Now: http://ignitiongolf.com/drill-three-quarter-distance/

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