Over the years Paul Wilson has received thousands of testimonials and reviews from golfers who have improved their golf games with his products and video golf tips. Below is a small sample of the most recent ones sent in from actual customers. Their emails have been removed for privacy. Most recent first.
I really enjoy your teaching method. Finally, principles that make sense and that translate to playing better.
I want to thank you for your instruction. It has made a huge difference in my handicap and more importantly in my enjoyment and appreciation for the game.
I am hitting the ball straighter than ever. And have gradually increased my swing speed.
Thanks again for improving my game.
It has been 8 or 9 years that I have been following your instruction. I felt in the beginning you were the one golf instructor who I could understand and made sense. I would have to say as I was a slow learner, but I have stuck with you and only you. I probably should have worked more on your drills rather than going out and playing to the best of my arm and hand hitting ability.
For the past month or so I have been swinging the club more with powerless arms. Yes, it is all about rotation and swinging not just “hit that little white ball”. I took up the game at age 60. Now at 74 I am playing in the low to mid 80’s consistently on my home course. Well today was my graduation day. I shot 76. I owe it all to your teaching, DVDs, books, and daily tips. Thank you. I do not know why it took me so long to make the transition from hitting to swinging. Just like the orthopedic surgeon who gave me a new knee 4 years ago and changed my lifestyle, you get all the credit for my golfing success.
One of my playing foursome today said to me after 4 or 5 holes, “You have been taking lessons”. To which I replied, “the golf instructor I have been following for 8 or 9 years and his daily online website.”
Thank you for the tip as well as the video posted. You’re ability to simplify the game and teach w/ out actually being live and in front of the golfer is tremendous and I look forward to where my game will be even 3 mo from now w/ the full commitment to this swing style.
Hi Paul, firstly I must say that subscribing to ignition golf has been one of the smartest golfing decisions that I have ever made.
I have struggled with bunkers ever since I started playing golf, I’ve had lessons and lots of practice but never much luck.
I came across your bunker tips this week, watched them a couple of times but didn’t have a chance to practice them before today’s game. On the 3rd hole I landed in the the bunker. I put all of your tips into action but it took me 3 shots to get out!
That turned out to be the practice that I needed. I landed in another 3 bunkers. Using the practice that I had just had and your tips I was able to chip in on one hole and next to the flag on the other 2.
I think the days of my mates making side bets on how many shots it takes me to get out of the bunker are GONE!
I was on a tee playing a scramble last week and I was trying deliberately to “slow down” and I popped off an apparently beautiful ball flight (I could hear my partner say as I balanced at the finish with my driver touching my neck, what a pure shot!) that sailed 260 yds, but I never saw the flight or finish of the ball!
I was so disappointed I didn’t see any part of it. Driving to it, we found it perfectly positioned, middle of fairway, 20-30 yards past any of my partners. I got to thinking of the shot afterwards and seem to remember that this happens often. I realize this is a results oriented game, but I wish I had better ability to follow the ball after impact.
Any lessons gladly reviewed. I am happier with my swing than any time in previous playing and I know that good things are coming.
Great stuff again.
As a slightly better player in addition to working on your positions I’ve also worked on the lag and separation tips for some time. My consistency and striking has never been better and I’ve been playing all my life. Very satisfying!!
Amazing tip as always Paul! I have learned so much from your amazing system. As I have studied the tips I have realized that everything is improved by sticking to the fundamentals of your system.
As I am learning to have powerless arms my speed and lag have increased.
The more i practice positions and fundamentals, and apply them to the components the better my hitting is getting.
I spent an hour each day for a week on each element. The progress has been amazing.
I have seen an increase in those “feel like nothing, perfect shots”. I have days where it’s 50% of the time and others where it’says about 25% (usually when I’m working on something new or trying to improve). How often do you feel that “easy, perfect shot”? Is it 100%, 75%, or something else?
I love the systems self correcting elements and these tips. I am 48 and have only been golfing for 6 months but you have made it so fun to learn. It only took me a few sessions to correct my slice once I understood how. Thanks for this amazing system.
Best money I ever spent on golf!
First Ilike to say thank you for all the helpful tips. To change my swing from arm action to knee action took around 3 months. After my shot I can walk straight ahead to my ball while my friends played armee golf and searching their balls. For many years I had backpain problems, not only from golf but also from tennis which I played all my life and now, when I become 75 years the backpain gone away, that,s great.
Your swing technic is the very best one.
I’ve had all the bad and, at best, lukewarm golf instructors out there. Ready to quit, I saw a Paul Wilson YouTube video in a motel room in Morristown, NJ. Finally, in about 40 seconds, there was the answer.
Here’s what’s new here – Wilson knows how to explain it. And he knows he needs to repeat it because he also knows that human nature fights us when we try to do this. He has methods for the human nature part too, because without them we’ll eventually drift back to trying to “hit.”
Most instructors, if they even know how critical this powerless arms factor is, mention it once. Then you drift. Wilson knows that tendency. He seems to know every tendency if fact. And he’ll get you past all of them. He knows not just the absolute proper golf swing (other pros know that), but he understands completely what it’s like to be a student who doesn’t know. That’s the revelation; that’s what’s “new” here.
Once we get to the point where the powerless arms idea requires no thought, then we strike the ball repeatably well, and with ease. Ball striking gets wonderfully consistent, it’s almost miraculous. Then we can work on power – and too, by then power isn’t such a big deal because we’re not continuously frustrated with ball striking anymore. After a bad shot or two? – practice swings, then the top of backswing thought “touch the legs, touch the head”. The next strike is true – with that full heavy easy “click” and the ball rockets off, on target.
This guy can do it. But you have to work his method. Success is a doing; you have to actually do it. It’s not so difficult, not as boring as piano scales, but you have to do it. You can’t shortcut. But if you follow this process, you’ll get satisfaction and enjoyment from golf that you’ve never had before. (I played 9 quick holes the other night, completely enjoying it; that hasn’t happened in far too many years.)
Hats off to Paul Wilson. Finally, a golf instructor that knows as much about teaching as he does about the golf swing; finally, finally . . .
Paul, I’ve been a subscriber for a few months now, and your videos have been a fantastic help to me. I feel I have received way more than my money’s worth !!!
Still working on overcoming years of old “muscle memory” but I am slowing improving. So glad I discovered Ignition Golf, and I have been talking up your site to anyone that will listen.
Hey Paul….This is a great tip.
I have been following your stuff for a fairly short time. I got amazing results right away simply by swinging at 50% speed…but with a full swing.
The way I was hitting the ball at the range was better than I have ever hit it…with so little effort. My friends were remarking on how great the swing was starting to look. Then I would go to the course and everything would go down the tubes. The transition to the actual golf course has been difficult….but this tip has made a big difference, and it was all about lowering expectations and not going back to the old ways. .
Thanks for all these tips.
I am a huge believer…and have been recommending your site to many others.
the best lesson program & system I’ve ever received for my 40 some years.
thank you very much Paul.
Hi Paul —
I have enjoyed and benefited from your tips for a year or more! Thanks very much.
All the best to you!!!
Well today I experienced something I have been waiting 45 years for,I BROKE 40,shot 39 going out with two bogies.Coming back in I had a 45 with a 10 on a par 5,poor execution all around that hole.I want to tell all members that these tips, that we get every day will take hold of your game if you will only let them,do them even if only a little each day.The one that I worked on the most,especially this winter, was PAULS FAVORITE. It worked.
I know my game will go up and down but,because of this site, I can go back and see what needs to be done to fix a problem. COACH I don’t want the members to think I am trying to kiss your back side,but what the hell IT WORKS.
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU
I just joined for annual membership few weeks ago. Love the website! Use the dashboard mainly, very well organised, you guys have been very busy.
Mr Wilson I have just come back to golf after leaving some years ago I have been following your method and tips for a couple of weeks now and ………wow I am just improving week on week thanks very much absolutely loving the game now you make it so easy and clear to understand once again
Thanks and keep the tips coming.
I am playing well and now even better as I know what cause me to pull, push and top the ball. U don’t hear from me because I am now playing a lot and moved from in front of the mirror. Still a little hesitant with touching the back of my head with the follow thru. I do this perfectly with my practice swing so it will be just a Matter of time before I execute it perfectly.
Been using your videos, books and web site for a couple seasons and have resulted in great improvement.
I took your advice from this video to the course yesterday and WOW! I was hitting very nice straight shots all around. I had a few bad shots, but each of those times I realized I didn’t have the 50% relaxed thoughts going on. The next shot was always great again, because I refocused my thoughts. One of my playing partners started calling me Mr. Perfect after my first few drives of the round split the fairway each time. And, the distance was not much less than when I swing faster. T
hese swing thought videos are wonderful! They sure are making a difference with my game. Thanks.
Getting better. Great info. Thank you Rocco
Hi Paul, your videos are totally helping my game.
Paul your tips have dropped my handicap significant;y so thank you. I love your chipping videos but haven’t seen yet how to change the distance if I am further away from the green. I know I can roll the ball farther by using different clubs but how do I fly the ball far enough to land a yard on the green if I am farther away than you are in your instructional videos?
I feel compelled to tell you what happened to me yesterday. I have just recently subscribed to your lessons and have been very impressed.
I hit on Thursday on the driving range and for about a half hour on the range yesterday (Friday). I was hitting the ball really well and decided to play nine holes because it was pretty late…about 6:30 pm. In nine holes I had 4 birdies, 3 pars and two bogies. I’m a 9.6 index and always shoot in the low to high 80’s. I’m about to have my 68th birthday. This is the first time I have ever had a sub-par 9 holes. I would have kept playing but it got dark.
To say the least, I am astounded. My course is Golf Club of Houston, home of the Shell Houston Open. Not the easiest course around. I was relaxed and actually trying to hit the ball easier than I have ever hit it. Needless to say I am very grateful to have found your website and to have signed up. This is the first time I have ever actually understood what a golf teacher was talking about. And it’s the first time I have felt excited about the game in a very long time. And I’ve only watched a few of your videos so far.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!
In recent interviews Padraig Harrington has said that he tells golfers to work on one main thing: holding a balanced finish. He obviously means touching the legs and touching the head at the finish of the golf swing while holding it in balance. Sound familiar? Thanks for all your help, my golf swing has improved tremendously since joining this site and it’s nice to see that the best golfers in the world are doing the exact things that you are urging us to do.
I am a recent member, and a huge fan of your teaching techniques and philosophy. The four positions are an incredible asset to my golf education at my mildly advanced age. Two of the last three rounds have been the best by far in the last year! I look forward to joining you in the spring for some personal instruction. Thanks so much.
Great lessons. I love your website and having the short little videos that concentrate on the specific shots.
I’m really glad I registered to be part of your golf program. This is the first time I understand whats happening and I have taken lessons from different pros before. My problem right know is that I feel my practise swing works (also in separation) but when I place a ball in front of me I start hitting with my arms again.
I started to play golf when I was 40 years old, so I have 15 years experience hitting with my arms. If my hit rate is approx 100% right when i make practise swing it’s only 25% when I hit the ball. What can I do to reprogram my body/brain to copy my practise swing also when there is a ball to hit.
Using the Momentus Swing Trainer to do this drill in my work out room after doing Klinkhamer’s drills to warmup and loosen up has improved my full and “tiny” golf swing on the range.
Two years later after joining Ignition Golf my golf swing is not better, it is at a level I never thought possible. As Father Smokey (my priest) used to tell me, “Patience Grasshopper”.
Paul– I am a new member and enjoying all the videos tips etc.. Thanks for all the great videos– By far the best !!
I just came back from hitting a bucket of balls, and the most enjoyable time I have ever had at the driving range! Since the gang is running all over on various weekend errands, I had to share this with someone, and why not you? After several months of studying your tips, I think I finally understand what it means to trigger my downswing with (as a lefty) my left foot and knee, and I finally understand the feeling of accelerating through the ball, to that point about a foot past where my arms and the club form that perfect y.
Aside from the thrill of watching the power keep that ball rising into the distance, I noticed that the more I “got it,” the easier it got. I’ve always had trouble with my backswing, but the more I learn the feeling of triggering, and following through with your “touch the legs” move, and then accelerating through the ball, the easier, and more confident I seem to feel with my backswing.
Thanks for your great website, and for finally making the golf swing understandable and, most important, fun!
I have been studying your videos, and taking practice swings all winter. Last week, due to some early spring weather, finally got out to play. In short order, the other people in my foursome were starting to refer to me as “steady Eddie,” a nickname I never before was given as a golfer.
My closest golf buddy was asking me, “Did you put a driving range in your basement over the winter?” In short, I had one of the best, and most enjoyable rounds of my life. Your method works, no doubt about it!
Paul you rock. Haven’t had one lesson other than your videos and already shooting in the 90’s in less than 5 months. Thank you. Also I noticed in your takeaway you have a slight bend in your left arm… Is that on purpose ? I see most people keep that left arm super straight.
I think the reason some folks quit the site is that they “think” that their swing is alreay pretty good and they are just looking for that quick & easy minor fix. I too kept trying to apply bandaid fixes for many years with mixed results. Once I made up my mind to really follow your instruction completely, without trying to shortcut or change it to fit my own thinking, things really started to improve for me.
I went back to the very basics with your instruction like I was just learning to play. I had always felt, for instance, that my grip was fine, but I found that it was in need of a little work also. Going back to square one was not an easy thing to do, but it is now starting to pay off and golf is fun again. I’m too old now to be great at this game, but I found the site in time to get quite a bit better and hit a lot more good shots than I ever did before. I think it is important to follow just one person’s instructions and not get caught up in trying to get info from way too many different sources. That has not worked very well for me in the past in any event.
Thanks for the best teaching I have ever had. Especially because you explain why in all your tips.
I started at 50+ and have played for some 12 years with hcp 30. Due to a bad back , I have played very few rounds. Still I love the game and hope to be able to save my back with your way of swinging. I have practised some at home but will go to Spain to implement the changes in a few weeks (we have winter in Scandinavia).
Thanking you again,
I cannot tell you how much I have appreciated your lessons. Every day I have looked forward to them. They have motivated me to get out there rain or shine.
They have answered so many of the how’s and why’s of the golf swing that I have tried to master on my own, like what truly causes the slice or where the power in a swing comes from, how to address the ball, the correct grip, hinging of the wrists and the correct path of the club .
Although I have not mastered all the parts of a swing I have a direction I truly believe is the one for me to follow. Once again I thank you for all your teaching skills that you have shared with me and many other people. I’m 75 and have a handy cap of 14 and working on getting it down to a 10.
YOU ARE THE BEST INSTRUCTOR ON-LINE. I’VE SEEN ALMOST ALL OF THEM!
Used your methods in Puerto Rico last week when we played Bahia Mar. Used my old swing (arms) on drive and drove about 175 average on first three holes.
Then began on number 4 to focus on getting my hips turned and driving that right leg. Result- first drive 242, then averaged 230 for the remainder of the round, except one hole where I got a terrific bounce and got it to 250! Gosh!
Thanks a million. I am 67 and never thought i would see North of 200 again. Different game and what fun! Isn’t that what golf is supposed to be?
This is Shane. I have been playing golf since August of 2014. My first day on the driving range I was chopping wood and really tired after like 10 minutes. I figured I must have been doing something wrong.
I went home and searched youtube for golf swing tips and found your videos. I started using your techniques and tips. Today I’m playing with about a 18 handicap and all my friends wonder how I have power with such and easy swing.
I recently went to a golfsmith store and shot some balls on a simulator. On my shots where I hit the sweet spot, my club head speed is around 119-122 with my driver.
I’m not a great golfer , but I believe your videos gave me a good starting point. Thanks. I guess I just wanted to email a testimonial.
Dear Mr. Wilson:
Thank you for your videos, you’re a great instructor. No matter how much I practised my long clubs, I was having a terrible time with my distance as I aged.
Every pro I have taken a lesson from has told me two conflicting things. Keep your head perfectly still and “stay behind the ball longer”.
It is obvious to me now, after watching your video, that by holding my head perfectly stationary I was never “behind the ball” to start with. The best you can do with a still head is slap the ball and once you get older, muscling shots doesn’t work.
Thank you very much, this has fixed my game. I’m 63 years old and am back to 240 or so off the tee and can whack my 7 iron 160. I’ve added 15 yards to my irons and 20 or so to my drives and the game is fun again.
Again, thank you. If I’m ever down in Vegas I’ll come and see you.
You are quite simply the best teacher on the planet.
You’ve provided the best lessons I’ve had anywhere from any pro & my game has drastically improved thanks to you.
At least for now, as our golf season has been over for a few months & will be for a few more, I’ll be working on many of the tips that can be done without hitting balls.
Perhaps after our season begins, I’ll come back for more of your tips.
I’ve already recommended your site to friends & golf partners & I hope they’ll contact you soon.
Don’t ever change your teaching style because it’s what makes you a great teacher.
All the best,
It’s been a while since we talked. I keep deviating from your method and keep struggling. I want to swing with Arm control and for the life of me my hips never turn.
I got fed up with my method and asked myself do I want to be a hooker for ever? So I finished up my round after hooking my tee shot on 10 into the water with YOUR METHOD. 100% committed.
Well I was impressed so much I went out on Sunday in cool 43° weather and windy a bit too and took on my cpga buddy using your method and coincidentally he’s told me the same thing as you but I tend to do what I want lol but he made me commit to it too.
So I’m still looking for my first win against him in 8 yrs and If I’m ever going to beat him it’ll be with your method.
Any hoo it was a lifetime best round and I somehow doubled 18 for no reason at all and carded a 73!
I never practice and on average shoot 83. Go figure. And I’m not very good at putting or short game. Even hit a par 5 in 2 and never hit that green in my life.
So I’m a believer in Paul Wilson once again. And will commit to it come spring. Thanks
Your the best paul.
Good Pete (and Paul).
I am an older businessman who plays golf poorly after close to 60 years of trying. Still it is something to do, enjoyable at times, other than just work at one of my businesses.
I have taken a million lessons, even from Ron and Arnie Frankel in Florida who teach the Ernest Jones method of letting the club swing. The centrifugal force idea worked for a while and then it left the way my other lessons have, due to my evil golf thoughts.
Then I ran across what you produced and posted Paul and began hitting 3 woods off the fairway, something impossible for the last 6 or 8 years.
Now I can also chip from off the green and predict pretty closely the run-out my different short irons will yield and much more.
Your method of training resonated immediately and has made the game way more enjoyable for me. Best of all your lessons should and seem to be sticking. I began watching a couple months back.
You have found a great way to increase the joy in many lives, all while improving your brand. What could be better than that? You are a hell of a teacher Paul. Thank you.
I would just like to take the time to give Paul Wilson a big pat on the back for the free lesson on Utube. Out of all the pros on free lessons Paul has by far the best method on teaching people how to play golf , he is the very best.
Thanks to Paul I am hitting the longest drives ever in my life.
Keep up the great work Paul you are the best.
I just joined as a member and I am really focusing in on your teaching. I’ve watched your videos on YTube for a year and my handicap dropped from 18 to 10. I finally decided to join and get the good stuff. The reason is that I still will have 1-2 errant push slices a round that cost me 4 strokes. I do not want to continue like this as I know that success is out there if I follow your plan.
I’m a 62 year old lefty and Ive always tried too hard and tried to muscle everything. So Im thrilled to begin this journey and I’m setting a goal for an 8 handicap this year.
I just wanted to say thank you for your youtube videos. I have been watching them and spent 30 minutes on the range loosening my wrists and went from driver carrying about 220-230 to driver carrying about 250-260 on the course, with just that 30 minutes of practice.
I may be in Vegas at some point in the next year or 2 for work. I will see if I can’t get a lesson scheduled sometime in the future.
Mon, 23 May 2016
I hope this mail finds you well. I am writing this note (apologies for the length!) to express my gratitude to you and your site and wanted to share my story with you so I do hope you get to read this.
I was looking at various ways of improving my swing and entire game towards the end of last summer having committed myself to playing golf again after a break of 5 years or so. I started off again as a 21 handicap in June last year. After looking at various video tips I stumbled upon some of your videos showing how you can generate club head speed without forcing the shot with hands and arms and taking the “hit” out of the shot. This did intrigue me and in particular the demo you did showing an easy swing generating 97 mph followed by a full speed swing at 116 mph – effortless power, as you say. Looked amazing but probably another gimmick in there somewhere, or so I thought.
I decided to try this out and dabbled with this type of swing a little, but as I only had 2 golf lessons in my life, and that was 15+ years ago, I used 100% of my hands and arms to hit every shot – hence struggled to grasp the movements and feeling and my results were very erratic, so I kind of muddled through the winter, having got down to 16 handicap. I was quite frustrated thinking I had found something but couldn’t progress it further.
Jan/Feb were a washout golf wise here in the UK, and I really didn’t do much, but end-of-Feb, I decided to commit to your swing philosophy 100%, and joined the site. My approach was to pretend I had not played golf before, and simply watch and study your teaching videos for all the basic swing principles to see how far away I was. Luckily most of my fundamentals were pretty good and required minor tweaking, which I practised and drilled. I have quite loose wrists and release the club quite well already, so that part was fairly easy to get. The “touch the legs” “touch the head” were a real eye opener for me – that move alone made me hit better shots immediately. I was astounded. For years I had been fighting to keep my head down, keep my body back, shift the weight, let my hands release, etc.…and this simple move did it all, perfectly every time. My ball striking improved a lot and I was swinging the same every time – I literally swung in the garden in front of a glass door and could see my finish was the same every time, legs touching, club shaft splitting the ears.
Your moves and feelings are incredible and so effective at teaching all the right positions. I have never seen anyone teach this way – you have a real gift for making the swing so easy to follow and anyone not getting the results is simply not doing it right.
I continued and drilled the “touch the legs” “touch the head” move into my swing – so every shot I hit now uses that move. I next focused on coil/uncoil and the feeling of just turning the shoulders until tight, then releasing that tension with the lower body, this took more time to get, but one evening down the range a few weeks ago, I just got it and went through a patch of hitting near perfect shots with virtually every iron. I have never done this before and was amazed. I had to actually step back and think for a second, “Is this really me hitting these shots?” The feeling you describe in your videos is so true, the “unmistakable feeling” of a shot hit only with body rotation – it is truly amazing. I have never flushed shots like that in my life and as a chronic slicer in my early days only dreamt of a draw, which I now produce regularly or a straight shot. I cannot believe what these moves have made to my shots. I am now getting consistent distances, trajectories and flights will all clubs and can reproduce the shots so much more consistently than ever.
I struggle with longer clubs, long irons and woods – especially driver, but that is purely down to rhythm and timing and the dreaded “trying to hit” – as soon as I relax and take the “hit” out its good again, so I know what to work on there.
I played in a competition a couple of weeks back and shot 81 (+10), my best round to date, won the comp shooting 41 points – and have been cut to my current handicap of 13.6. I continue to practice the full swing moves but am now working on pitching, chipping and putting – which I am also doing using your fundamentals. If I focus on coil/uncoil and make sure I do not hit with the hands (still my weakness), the ball is hit flush and straight every time, but here is the other amazing thing since adopting your swing approach – I can now look at my shot and know what I did wrong and so can apply the fix there and then – so easy to figure out, when again for years I would be fiddling with release, impact position, wrist angles, weight, head etc.…and yet the whole thing is easily diagnosed by understanding what the shot is telling you and relating it to your swing technique and the “3 main questions” to ask after each shot.
I am amazed at how through your moves, the entire swing can be made so simple. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a simple concept but you have to work hard to practice and drill the moves, but when you do, it is unreal how good it is. The less you do with your hands, arms, wrists etc. and just let it flow the better the shot. I no longer think at all about any golf position other than “coil/uncoil” and “touch the legs” “touch the head” – that’s it, as I know it is all taken care of by executing those moves properly.
The final compliment for me was that during a recent round, one of my playing partners commented on a drive I hit around the 300 yard mark and said, “wow, that looked effortless, yet you hit it so far”, I smiled and said, “that’s because I am not trying to hit it, I am just letting the club go where it wants to go.”. He looked at me rather perplexed and bemused.
I can’t thank you enough for the videos and tips, and I wanted to personally let you know what a difference your teaching has made to my game and my golf – I am loving this game more than ever and am now looking at potential single figure handicap – something I only ever dreamt of and at the tender age of 43 something I thought was beyond me.
Please feel free to use any of this mail as a reference for your site and teaching.
Keep up the good work and great teaching – all the best. If I’m ever in Vegas I will be sure to look you up.
I have been a member for 6+ months and this tip finally tied it together for me. I played my best round in months (79) a couple of days ago using the swing thought “A to B”.
I am your typical golfer, picked up the game as an adult and was an arm swinger for 30 years until I signed up for your instruction. I am excited about my results and anticipate getting even better in the future. Keep up the good work. Your detailed, clear explanations are perfect for my learning. I’ve seen so many tips from others over the years that say “do this” and then give you no clue how to “do that”. Thanks again for your clear instructions!
PS: Love it when you give a little laugh in your tips. After all, this is not life and death here but is sure is fun to finally get better.
I have been a member for over a year and you have really helped my game. I have been a coach and physical education teacher for over 40 years and I can truly say you are the best teacher I have ever had.
Great explanation, your instructions are the best!
I’ve been following your teaching concepts for about a year and a half, and my golf game has improved. However, I never paid enough attention to the touch your head position. My focus was on touching the knees and powerless arms. Now that I’ve began to focus on touching the head, everything is falling into place. I’m hitting good, solid golf shots almost every time. It’s amazing what focusing on touching the head does.
I no longer worry about the ball, and just try to make sure I get to my touch the head position every time. And like I said previously, I’m hitting shots better and more solid than ever. Now my misses are due to under clubbing, tempo, or perhaps aiming a little to far right or left, which for me, are a lot easier to fix. But when I setup over the ball, I have confidence that I’m going to hit a good shot.
Thanks for your continued teachings!