How Do You Stop Using Your Arms In The Downswing?

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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+

10 Responses to “How Do You Stop Using Your Arms In The Downswing?”

  1. Paul, I am committed to the powerless arms, however it has not become intuitive, so it is easy for me to power up my arms. Just turning my arms off is not a thought that I have had any success with. But, I never power up my arms without first tightening my grip. My grip pressure is just enough that the club does not move. I find it easier to maintain that pressure in my swing, than to focus on the multiple big muscles in my arms. It also is conducive to a full hinge. Just a thought that might help some people.

  2. August 11, 2020

    DanKuebler

    Paul, will try the new item of arms “set”at top and concentrate on turning them off – still having difficulty with the trigger pursuit.
    Did find last week, however, monster power leak!!! Found that at 75, yes 75, that in my coil, shoulders were not turning to 90 degrees which I can do, however, if shoulders were going to 60 degrees – so were my hips!!!!
    So, am concentrating on correct shoulder turn and per your instruction, attempt to keep belt buckle on the ball through back swing. Wow, what an increase in TORQUE, you can feel it!! And of course, the greater the torque the more power achieved for increased distance. Now just have to continue work on uncoil as still searching for my repeatable and effective trigger.

  3. SueTee

    August 11, 2020

    SueTee

    I love the new smiley Paul 🙂 Great reminder and emphasis on powerless arms and how to get them. Improved my game so much, I am extremely happy with my secret weapon – Paul Wilson.

  4. August 11, 2020

    richardpeyser

    I think you still need some structure and have to think about keeping the right elbow in. My arms do not just fall into the right place when they are powerless and I do have to consciously think about how they fall. Can you comment onthis.?

  5. August 11, 2020

    RandMellor

    I’ve noticed that with powerless arms, even the “miss hits” go straight…Definitive proof that the club head will always contact square, if u take the arms out of it…Thx again Paul for making golf fun, and not frustrating like it used to be!!!!!!!

  6. August 11, 2020

    DonGlaser

    Hello Paul! I just started with the body swing program this past Sunday and after two days of indoor work took things to the range today. I’m 64 and trying to reverse 45+ years of wrong – outside/in, too fast, all arms, etc. I need to do a lot of work but I could see today how much potential this has to turn things around. Used 7 iron the whole time off the tee. When I took the arms out (mostly) things went straight and surprisingly well.

    Three consistent issues – 1) leaving the shot out 20-30 yards right (sliding instead of turning?)

    2) Pulling shots 20 yards straight left.
    3) Starting 20 yards left and fading to the target.
    I’m thinking these last two are still too much with the arms. I’ll try the two solutions you mentioned in this video.

    I can see that this works and it ‘s just a matter of changing ingrained habits. I’m stoked about getting this turned around and I thank you for all the great guidance.

  7. September 25, 2020

    MichaelSchilleman

    I have struggled with powerless arms for a long time. I keep falling back into old habits. I just can’t seem to get the trigger to work to start the downswing. I tried holding the club at the top as you suggest and wow…..It worked…..I finally can now say I know how “powerless arms” feel.
    I need to go slow, but I am now consistently hitting the ball straight. Looking forward to continue this so I can get some additional distance.

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