Do You Want More Clubhead Speed?

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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. YouTube Channels: Paul Wilson Golf and Ignition Golf Tips. Please Join me on Google+

12 Responses to “Do You Want More Clubhead Speed?”

  1. December 15, 2019


    Love the way you keep harping on the essentials, especially this, because you’re so right about tension. It’s a killer.

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      December 25, 2019

      Paul Wilson


      Exactly. I can and do tell people over and over again. No sooner do I say that then they whack at the very next ball as hard as they can. The ball is powerful force.

  2. Dear Paul. Is the re-hinge after impact or is it at impact? Some people say that there exist two theories about impact. One theory says to do the rollover at impact and another says to do the rollover after impact. There is a personal story behind this question: My last ever pro lesson was after I red your book. But the pro wanted me to hit the ball squared. After arguing with him he told me that he is the wrong pro for me.
    Here a link of what my question is about:

    Thank you very much!

    Thank you very much!

  3. December 16, 2019


    Another spot-on tip, Paul. Wondering about exercises designed to promote flexibility of the wrists. Seems like that would enhance the hinge. Big point, though, would be simply remembering to hinge/re-hinge. Appreciate your insight.

  4. December 16, 2019



    You are a wizard! Great analogy for us! Once again, you are teaching us stuff we get from no one else. What a great investment Ignition Golf is!


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      December 25, 2019

      Paul Wilson


      Thanks. Imagine thinking about the golf swing every day for about 40 years. If so, you start thinking differently and seeing subtleties. These are the things I pass along to my students and members. I have done all the thinking for you. I wish someone did that for me.

      • December 25, 2019



        If only I had had your instruction when I was younger, I believe I could have been a solid Div I college golfer. You hold the rosetta stone to the golf swing and no one else is properly teaching it. So glad I found you!!

        Thanks again!

  5. December 17, 2019


    Hi Paul, It’s taken me a while to realise the difference between actively hinging and rehinging the wrists, using the muscles that move the wrist, (tight wrists—- not good), and passively hinging and rehinging,using the weight of the club- (not the muscles), and lag, during the swing (loose wrists—-good).This has also helped my pitching and bunker shots. I’m slowly improving my game and enjoying every moment.

    Ian Bernadt.

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      December 25, 2019

      Paul Wilson


      Very good. You are manually hinging and re-hinging so you can get used to it and feel it (which you are). Into the future you stop thinking about it and let it happen. I am feeling nothing as I swing it. I do feel the weight of of the club and allow it to swing wherever it wants. This would be a good goal for you to have in the future.

      Do Not Disturb The Mass:

      Sounds like you are getting it.

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