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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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August 30, 2021
When you say roll it over are you thinking of rolling the club face closed or rolling the forearms to square the club face?
September 7, 2021
You are re-hinging the golf club into the follow through. This is because the great majority of golfers are just too tight and trying to guide the clubface. Crossing the palms over one another into the through swing will help in this. Check out this tip:
Release Progression: https://ignitiongolf.com/release-progression/
Release Angles: https://ignitiongolf.com/downswing-release-angles/
August 31, 2021
When rolling the club over, how do you moderate it so you don’t “over hook” it? I.e. too much of a good thing?
First you would check your grip. If your grip is too strong to start with then you would see massive hooks. But if your grip is neutral, then you are only hooking the golf ball until you feel like your wrists/arms are looser. This is only a drill.
September 20, 2021
Hi Paul. Great tip. I have been working on this drill for about a week now as I want to get rid of my slice spin. I am able to hook the ball fairly consistently now and have taken it out on the course these last few days to try it out. Working fairly well. I am aiming left of my target and trying to swing on the same line as my feet I have noticed that I am getting a lot of backspin when the ball lands.. Do I just drive my legs and hips harder to straighten the flight of the ball Thx for all the great tips I have become a better player as a result
Sorry I am aiming right of my target!
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