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Pro Versus Amateur – Full Extension Through

By at April 13, 2014 | 6:07 pm | 6 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I continue with the pro versus amateur series and the through swing. Full extension is critical in developing power and consistency in your swing.  The wider the arc the more clubhead speed.  So make sure you are working on this position.  As you do, you will see a major difference in your […]

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Pro Versus Am – Still Looking At Ball

By at April 6, 2014 | 3:11 pm | 6 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I continue on with my pro versus amateur series.  This time we are talking about the through swing and how pros are still watching the ball as they hit the ball.  This is due to training and trusting the fact they are going to hit a good shot.  If you are someone […]

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Pro Versus Amatuer – Arm Extension

By at March 30, 2014 | 3:28 pm | 4 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I talk again about how to turn your arms off when you swing. So many people are hitting the ball too hard. Although this feels very powerful you actually lose power when doing this. By turning your arms off you loosen your wrists and allow the arms to stretch out fully when […]

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Pro Vs Am – Release Point

By at March 18, 2014 | 10:59 pm | 6 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain what pros are doing just past impact versus the average amateur player.  This position is critical your maximum arc width.  The wider the arc the more clubhead speed plus the more consistency due to the mass swinging at its widest point. RELATED TIPS How to Release the Golf Club Manually […]

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Pro Versus Amateur – Weight Distribution

By at March 3, 2014 | 1:06 am | 15 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain the weight distribution throughout a pros golf swing.  The weight shift is vital in generating power in your swing.  Most amateur players either have minimal weight shift or even a reverse weight shift.  If this is you make sure you are working on your weight shift as soon as possible. […]

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Pro Versus Amateur – Head Behind Ball

By at March 2, 2014 | 6:42 pm | 10 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain what the great majority if not all pros have their head behind the ball at impact.  In doing so, this tilts the whole upper body behind the ball in the downswing which creates a path slightly from the inside.  Most amateur players do not keep their head behind the ball […]

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Pro Versus Amateur – Descending Blow

By at February 25, 2014 | 12:00 pm | 8 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain how a pros arms create a descending blow as their club contacts the ball.  This type of contact gives pros that piercing flight and shot quality.  Typically, amateur players are hitting with their arms.  In doing so, the club is not in this same descending position at the club contacts […]

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Pro Versus Amateur – Arm Extension

By at February 23, 2014 | 11:38 pm | 8 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain how a pros arms extend past impact when they hit the ball.  Typically, amateur players are hitting to hard with their arms.  In doing so, the arm muscles contract through impact resulting in a chicken wing.  This buckled position causes shots that are on too high a trajectory, poor sounding, […]

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Pro Versus Am – Hip Speed

By at January 27, 2014 | 12:00 pm | 16 Comments

Paul Wilson

WARNING:  Slight distortion in this tip.  Do not turn it up too loud. In this tip I talk about the hip speed of pros versus the hip speed of amateur players.  This hip speed is vital in generating power in the swing.  If you are looking to develop a better swing with more power you […]

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Pro Versus Am – Downswing Separation

By at January 21, 2014 | 10:28 pm | 11 Comments

Paul Wilson

WARNING:  The audio is slightly distorted in this video.  DO NOT turn it up too loud as you watch this tip. In this pro versus amateur tip I describe separation in the golf swing.  This is definitely one thing amateur players do not do.  This is because amateur players are not using their body to […]

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