Another Reason To Do The Roll Over Drill

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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+

10 Responses to “Another Reason To Do The Roll Over Drill”

  1. Paul,you’re the best!! So many great tips and THEY WORK. I’m loving my Ignition Golf and Body Swing products. I wish I discovered you years ago I wouldn’t of quit the game. Looking forward to playing more and enjoying the game again. Thanks so much.

    • Mark,

      Thank you for the kind words and support. I appreciate it.

      I do hear that all of the time. I have been around all these years. The word is slowly getting out so hopefully it won’t be too later for others.

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  3. Paul,like so many here I am really impressed with your teaching and your Body Swing. I have been playing golf for over sixty years, locking up the entire time. I am now 72. I have been using your swing this summer, trying to not use my arms. Recently I was able to hit a drive 260 yards with very little effort, compared to how hard I used to swing. It landed in the middle of the fairway at the 150 stake. Thank you.

    • Craig,

      Thank you for the kind words and support. I appreciate it.

      Glad you have seen some amazing shots. This is what is coming if you keep working on it. Stay loose. Work on the swing positions at home, at the range and even when you play. Build a great swing. A great swing hits great shots. You can do it.

  4. July 25, 2018


    Well Paul I am posting again. Went out this morning and really loosened up those wrist and worked the follow through parallel behind my head. Although I still only drive barely 205, I used to struggle to get 170. I am 60 years old and in good health , a tad over weight but I hope to get around 230 one day soon with your method of teaching. It is the only one I have seen real results from my swing caddie. Thanks for your great teaching and understanding of the golf swing, I was ready to toss my clubs in the lake and never look back LOL.

  5. July 31, 2018


    Hi Paul,
    I’ve been working on hinging/re-hinging and at the same time have grip pressure start at 2 and go to around 8 at end of backswing.
    It seems that I get good results if I help the wrists hinge at just before impact. Is that correct? Or are we trying to have the loose wrists just naturally follow the body motion and re-hinge thru the impact zone. Many times when I don’t try to help the wrist hinge, I tend to push to the right.

    • Tom,

      Well, you are working on this hinging and rehinging until the wrist are loose. Then you are not even thinking of it. You are switching to coil uncoil. So at some point I want you to stop thinking about it.

      The pushes you are hitting are telling me that you haven’t hooked enough shots yet. You need to hook it more and better at the hinging and rehinging doing it manually.

      You can also fire the lower so hard you get ahead of it which would also create pushes and push fades but I am thinking you haven’t hook enough. So do the roll over daily at home over and over earlier than necessary. You should be able to step up and hook it at will. At this point you know the feeling of the release and trust it is going to hook. At this point you are slowly switching to lower body to straighten it out. If you blow one right start hooking it again and add lower body again. Once you hit one straight you memorize that feeling and keep firing the lower than hard. If you want more power in the future and want to fire the legs even harder you need to go back to hooking.


      DRILL: Golf Swing Timing For More Distance:

      Here is the roll over:

      DRILL: 3 Ways To Roll It Over:
      Roll Around The Stick:
      Clarifying the Roll Over Drill:

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