Say Yes – Looking At Back of Golf Ball

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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+

9 Responses to “Say Yes – Looking At Back of Golf Ball”

  1. Paul,are you not sending these tips by email anymore? Have not had one in a while,found this tip in the members area.John

    • John,

      Not sure why this happens. We are aware of it and it has been happening for years. You do not need the email to see the daily tip. Every tip is posted on the homepage of the website. You just log in and watch it. For those who drop off the list, I add them to an alternate list. You have now been added and will start to receive the emails again tomorrow.

  2. Paul,

    I have a question that I believe is related to this subject. The big issue I’m having in my swing is that I lose my body tilt, and my body starts leaning forward, beginning about 3/4ths through my backswing and continuing to the top of my backswing. By the time I reach the top of my backswing, my body has already tilted forward several inches. I’m very frustrated because I can feel this movement when it happens, but, for some reason, I’ve been totally unable to fix it despite a lot of hard work. Do you have any tips or suggestions on what I should do to address this issue? I’ve been hitting a lot of pulls, so I’m still managing to square the club face. But I”m really struggling with this tilting in the backswing problem.

    Thanks as always for your help. Junaid

  3. Paul,

    This is in my opinion a very good tip. For me it worked very well. Drives ended right instead of sliced od hooked. I can recommend this practise to anybody. Thank you very much.

  4. Paul ,An amusing video inasmuch there was a little rabbit running on the hill behind your head from the beginning on the video on .I switched from looking at you to what the rabitt was going to do !Now seriously, this a very good tip :it helps you to stretch the arms out in front of you and keep the body back .I have another thought in mind :keep my head from being hurt and cut all over by going through a jagged,broken glass window in front of me.

    • Raymond,

      Yes, we have lots of creatures roaming the course. I think in some upcoming tips a big goose flies by. Too funny.

      I like mental images like this. This way you take the position seriously and actually change it. My biggest challenge it to get people to stop thinking of hitting the ball. If people can use images like this I think they could change a lot faster.

  5. I have hit some really good shots doing this but sometimes I hit fat or push it dead right. Does this mean my head is too far behind the ball? Do you think about tilting the spine backward at setup or just wait until the downswing?

    • John,

      Those shots will occur as you are working on it. This is a good thing.

      Stop Fat Shots When Working On Moving Your Head: http://ignitiongolf.com/fat-shots-moving-your-head/

      The shots to the right is telling you that your path is swinging out at it. Once you have a feel for it you turn more to get the path going down the line (touch the legs position).

      Don’t overtilt at setup. Slight tilt then you get more tilt in the downswing.

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