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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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April 20, 2015
Paul, I have always had trouble getting the back swing in the right position.
I will try this & see if it works for me. Seems like it should.
I have trouble hitting driver when not in a flatter back swing. I hit the ground first.
Hope this helps get the back swing right for a change.
April 21, 2015
Drop kicking the driver is indicating you are attacking too much from the inside. This would mean you are purposely trying to swing from the inside, you are too flat or sliding. Watch this tip too:
Drop Kick: http://ignitiongolf.com/cure-drop-kick
Easy to acheive ,provided The wrists are really loose .
Should be complemented by the symetrical position of ” Touch the back of YOUR head with THE shaft ” at the finish.
One test at a time.
What a fantastic tip! When I first started playing years ago, I did that but lost the feeling and concept when I took lessons and watched instructional videos that fine-tuned the shoulder and body movements in the back swing but did not emphasize the importance of having very loose wrists to keep the arms tension-free.
Glad you liked it. Thanks.
Yes, you need to keep the arms and wrist loose … very loose. The looser something is, the faster it swings. Plus, this will never hurt your body and you can achieve great distance long into the future. You don’t have to be strong to be loose. So keep working on loosening up. It will pay off big time in the future.
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